People associated with the word 'geography'
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|robann||from the Surrey area in Canada
Scottish born and bred and like all cultures, all places, all women, all football, all life stories and interests. : )
Scott P (NEW)from the Viroqua area in United States
Hi, I'm Scott (named for homeland), 57 and retired. My grandmother was Scottish but I know little other than that. Looking for her history and any family ties. Love to meet new people and talk about anything that interests them. Would love to go to Scotland, but probably never will be able to - sucks! Contact me if you would like to trade stories. Scott
Greg M (NEW)from the Scone area in Australia
Motel owner, rural NSW. Have been heavily involved in own Clan affairs and Scottish Australian Heritage Council since late 1970's. Spent 18 months running the Commercial Hotel in Buckie, Banffshire, mid 70's.
Tracey H (NEW)from the Orillia area in Canada
No information given.
|pamhillMay 2008||from the Ottawa area in Canada
I have always loved Scotland and finally got a chance to visit there in July. I am hoping to go back for a visit in May next year.
Today I am going out to breakfast with a friend.
Photos associated with the word 'geography'
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Forum topics associated with the word 'geography'
There are 3 forum topics matching this tag.
|where am I? |
Fun: Miscellaneousby deleted:crystaldawn
|112||Mon 10/08/09 21:56|
|What local tourist attraction are you proudest of? |
World Interest: United Kingdomby deleted:a1lorisupertalent
|77||Mon 27/09/10 17:32|
Skills, Talents & Leisure: Photographyby bonio200
|1||Sun 11/01/09 15:36|
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