People associated with the word 'aviation'
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Angus C (NEW)from Duddingston in Edinburgh in Scotland
retired IT manager
|cellardykeAbout to slaughter a puir wee haggis||from the Port Adelaide area in Australia
I am an early retiree and married to Pauline. We're involved in the Scottish Community in South Australia. I was Chief of the Port Adelaide Caledonian Society from 1999 'till 2010. I have also just retired as President of the SA Pipes & drums after 5 years. I'm still President of The Scottish Associations of South Australia & The Clan MacLeod Society of S.A. We have also been involved in many other community activities... wanted: friendship, exchange news, exchange views.. on offer: friendship
Today I'm enjoying the wierd weather in Adelaide. - see 26 comments
Tommy B (NEW)from the Newburgh area in Scotland
retired and single
|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
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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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