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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by toorboy, Jun 10, 2016.
Nice --- May I Inquire as to the altitude of the flight?
thanks Gulfstream the altitude was 100 meter buddy
Stunning! a great piece of film and very well done.
thanks Bryn Williams
I've travelled this road many times on my way up to Orkney, and also visiting relatives in Thurso. You have some lovely views of those dreaded hairpins!!
I also like the peep at Langwell House, which has connections with Welbeck.
this road always scared me as a kid lol every time
I'm old enough to remember when some of the squiggles in that road were a bit tighter that they are now!!
I first went up to Caithness in June 1958 and remember going to Wick, Melvich & Reay in my Uncle Jon's little Austin (4 adults + 2 children) to visit various places & seeing some whalers in Scrabster, sheltering from a belt of adverse weather over the previous few days. Yet for our fortnight in in Thurso, the weather was fantastic - sunny - Dad's workmates didn't believe him when he told them of the sun, when it'd been raining & flooding for the pit fortnight at Skeggy (Skegness miners holiday camp).
Since then, I've passed through every few years as I love Orkney!
Hey!! I'm rabbiting along about my previous life!!