Pitteenweem

Pitteenweem

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Can't resist putting this in for Langtoun Wullie just to show I've been poaching on his patch. Taken at Pittenweem earlier this year on a K10d.
25/11/2008 - 20:12davidtrout
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Langtoun-Wullie

Link Posted 29/11/2008 - 19:55
davidtrout.........Is the hoose hidin' the watter??
May see you in Kdy....fishin' @ Dysart Pier

davidtrout

Link Posted 30/11/2008 - 14:21
Why can't the Scots spell Town correctly. Where I live its Toon.
david
PS - I see you like fishing - with a name like mine you won't get me near Dysart Pier.
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Last Edited by davidtrout on 30/11/2008 - 20:17

Langtoun-Wullie

Link Posted 30/12/2008 - 16:53
Ye surely hinna been tae Kirkcaldy...where you'd find it's ca'd the 'Lang Toun'.
An mony a year syne, as a bairn, Ah 'guddled' mony a troot frae the Lothrie burn, yasin jist ma hauns!... Hae you ever been guddled Mister Troot??
Last Edited by Langtoun-Wullie on 30/12/2008 - 19:16

davidtrout

Link Posted 17/01/2009 - 14:24
Yes Aa've bin to K'kdy. Its doon the road frae Dumfermline. I wuz browt up to speak Geordie but I ken a Fifer when Ah heor win.
Never bin guddled.
david
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Langtoun-Wullie

Link Posted 18/01/2009 - 20:53
Aye...a guid couple o' miles frae 'The Dumps'...The auld Scots Capital, frae 'mony years syne!
Whither Ye ken it or no' David...'Guddling for trout' involves standin in a river(burn), against the current, lookin for fish hiding under big stones/rocks and tickin their belly wi yer fingur tips in an attempt to lift them oot o' the watter.
Regards...Bill

davidtrout

Link Posted 18/01/2009 - 23:13
I figured it was 'ticklin'. The only ticklin' I've been involved in had nowt to do with fishin'.
david
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Langtoun-Wullie

Link Posted 30/01/2009 - 20:53
I think we've gone far enough wi' the tickilin.

Regards, Bill
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