People associated with the word 'aviation'
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|blairme||from the South Portland area in United States
I am a native Maineac with strong Scottish roots. Passionate about my heritage, I've been active in Scottish heritage activities and groups for shy of 20 years. Its been my pleasure to have visited Scotland 3 times to date. My family roots hail from the Dalry area in Ayrshire.
Today I watched a Scotsman playing the bagpipes on the Today Show.
|trouble36an up to date picture of me||from St. James in Winnipeg in Canada
No information given.
Angus C (NEW)from Duddingston in Edinburgh in Scotland
retired IT manager
|ejane_usa_ga||from the Carrollton area in United States
Born and raised in the Southern USA. My descendants left Scotland and Ireland for the new country in the 1700s; settled in Tennessee and Alabama. Awfully glad they did!! Anyone interested in southern/american culture, drop a line. It would be nice to learn something about living in Scotland, too... wanted: friends, information, contacts, men.. on offer: information, conversation
|cripesamighty||from the Kelty area in Scotland
Im an Englishman in Scotland. But don't worry..According to my research into my families past..I probably have more Scottish blood than alot of Scots....lol.
Photos associated with the word 'aviation'
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Forum topics associated with the word 'aviation'
There are 2 forum topics matching this tag.
|Airbus A380 visits Edinburgh |
Vehicles & Transport: Aircraftby ben
|7||Tue 08/09/09 15:34|
|Poll: Give up air travel? (25 votes) |
Science & Nature: The Environmentby ben
|66||Fri 01/01/10 16:43|
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