Now you tell me.
Now you tell me.
I was drinking at the time. A good single malt.
I don't believe I've drunk a good single malt in my whole entire life.
And by that, I mean I've liderally never tried one.
By the way, are there many dams in England? If there is, I don't remember hearing much about them.
I'm watching a documentary on TV at the moment about the building of the Grand Coulee Dam out west. We have some pretty big dams around here. If you remember the dam scenes in The Fugitive, that dam was one in NC on the Little Tennessee River. It's a big dam, but nothing compared to the Grand Coulee.
But, perhaps you don't give a damn about dams.
to y'all. Hope you have a great day! s (prelicked 'n non, but I'm not telling which are which.)
Susie. One bite and we'll know which ones are pre-licked.
Stick around. AC's going to talk about his sporran.
Cabers and sporrans...
*thumbs through recipe book*
Is your husband scottish, Rosie?
If so, are you making sure he behaves?
ACH! Wee sporrans, bah!!!!!!!!!
I have to say that the Hoover Dam is pretty impressive.
Singapore is too small for dams. Our rivers are too short and narrow anyway. We do have about 6 or 7 reservoirs, though.
We have lots of Scotsmen, though. There is a strong following for Burns night and they also celebrate St Andrew's Day. My very Scottish husband has never bothered to attend any of them. I think it is his way of avoiding wearing his skirt and sporran.
hey, all! Just curious, Rosie, does Mr. Rosie wear kilts? s 4 y'all!
to Syd 'n everyone! Youz smart, Gail. That is so true!
He hasn't worn one in the last thirty years, since I've known him. He did wear them quite a lot as a child (I've seen pictures and that boy from the fifties and early sixties is definitely him!). In his teens he wore a kilt only for formal occasions and then after eighteen, I think he gave his kilt to Oxfam.
Sean Connery was the best, I agree.
But don't tell nobody.
This post will self destruct in five seconds
*duh bomb hands*
Let's scoff on three