Resolved Question: Would a road or rail
I've read up on this! Just wondering if people are also interested! I know there's no great demand for it mainly for financial reasons.
Posted on 29 July 2013 | 1:23 am
Resolved Question: Best scenic walks in
I'm an avid walker and amateur photographer and am fresh out of ideas on what long distance walk I should attempt next, such as the West Highland Way or something like that...any ideas anyone???
Posted on 23 April 2013 | 9:11 am
Resolved Question: Can i walk on land north
Is it possible to walk from Portpatrick - from Black Head just off the Southern Upland Way - to Salt Pans fort along the beach and cliff top avoiding the roads.? Also can i walk through the grounds of Lochnaw castle to Leswalt? I will be visiting early September 2012. Can you walk from the beach near Leswalt north all the way to Jamieson's point or do you have to use beach and roads to do so? Can you walk from the beach near Leswalt north all the way to Jamieson's point or do you have to use beach and roads to do so?
Posted on 22 June 2012 | 8:04 am
Resolved Question: What's a good place to
For a Yank already in the UK, looking for somewhere new & fun to go ASAP.
Already been to Perth, Liverpool, Brighton, London, Canterbury, Chatham, Surrey, Leeds.....i'm leaning toward Glasgow, but maybe somewhere smaller is better. Edit: no i'm not a sexy girl...i'd like to find a place that has lots of those!! And: when i went to Liverpool i actually ended up across the water in Moreton, where i had a job & stayed months. i barely went to Leeds a few days & disliked it.
Manchester is definitely on my list, as many folks recommend it, & everyone says i should go north.
i'm looking for places w/lots of blue collar workers or military or maybe students.
Usually prefer small cities NEAR big cities...something like a suburb? Where i can work & get a cheap flat a couple months..??
Thanks so far!
Posted on 4 December 2011 | 9:51 am
Resolved Question: Would a taxi have been a
TWO drunken joyriders stole a golf buggy and tried to take it on a bizarre 70 mile journey along the A75.
Robert Watt and Mark Gillespie trundled along the main road for an hour, heading for their home town, before being caught by cops.
Lorries were forced to overtake them as they travelled at a top speed of 15mph - with no lights on.
Yesterday, they were fined after a court heard they planned to drive the buggy all the way from Portpatrick, in Galloway, to Dumfries.
Watt, 21, came up with the scheme to steal the golf buggy. And Gillespie, 25, was at the wheel - despite being three times the drink limit.
What a pair of knobheads.
Dumfries is my local town too....the shame!
Posted on 28 September 2009 | 5:59 am