People associated with the word 'geography'
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|tartanlass||from the Palmerston North area in New Zealand
Visited Scotland three times since 2006, my maternal grandmother came from Dundee and son has played pipes with local band for nearly 20 years... wanted: communication, friendship, scotland info.. on offer: communication, friendship
|kellysavage||from the Edmonton area in Canada
No information given.
|jock18jock and carol||from the Rochester area in England
iv just turned sixty my husband comes from scotland .we go at least once a year to visit family.i would love to live there if i had my way,people are lovely. my husband jock was born on the clyde in a shipbuilding area called port glasgow .there is only one shipyard left now ,but over the years iv notest such a change ,its become very up market... wanted: friendship.. on offer: friendship
Michael C (NEW)from the Aberdeen area in Scotland
No information given.
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.
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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