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    hi to everybody
    I'm a new member from Germany, north part. My association to Scotland are my parents in law living in Elgin and the two sister of my "wife" also living in Scotland close to Dundee. so I hope sometimes a little part of me belongs to Scotland, my heart does. I enjoy this site. sys
    That's it for the first lol to all

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    Hello, Stamping-ground and welcome to Scotland.com. We seem too have quite a few German people here now - nice to be so popular! Have fun exploring the message boards!

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    • #3
      Hi there Stamping Ground! Interesting name! I like it. Welcome to the site and enjoy yourself a lot!


      Come to the Dark Side, we have cookies!

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      • #4
        Hi there Stamping Ground and welcome to Scotland.Com

        Did you chose your name from the Runrig Song ??

        Hope to see you joining in the other forums soon !!

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          ...Hi Stamping_Ground. Herzlich Wilkommen to this fun site. Hope to see you around in the forums. You are bound to find something in here to interest you. Get posting and have fun...


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          • #6
            answers

            thanks for the nice welcome and I will enjoy myself.
            you're right Babz it's from Runrig, been at there concert
            in Hamburg and also at there Concert in Lübeck, that's
            the city where I live. sorry for some small mistakes in my
            first thread my "wife" correct me. I try to get better.
            The grammar is my biggest problem. sys

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            • #7
              Stamping_Ground, keep practicing! Your English puts my German to shame! Here's a puzzel for you! I don't live in Scotland, but I am a 30 minute drive from Elgin! (there is an Elgin, Oregon close to me!)


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              • #8
                Found a part of the puzzle

                Hi kathyv,
                searching-> found the yahoo maps, so it can be possible
                close to Sycamore in the west, Woodstock (!) in the north,
                Glenview in the east or Wheaton/Naperville in the south,
                so give me a clou or hopefully the answer.
                sorry for the late response, busy at the time, could only
                use my internet at work.

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                • #9
                  West coast, USA. Oregon, the northeast corner. I will be surprised if you find it as it's very small. I think you found Elgin New York area with Woodstock and all. Go west!


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                  • #10
                    Elgin next try

                    Sorry of that big geography mistake.
                    so i hope this time i found the right Elgin
                    "Jewel of the Blue Mountains". If i go west on the
                    A84 to Portland cross Pendleton so it can be close to you?
                    I found a lot of Elgins surching in the Internet.
                    Ontario(Canada), Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois.
                    sys on this side, lol

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                    • #11
                      That's it! Good for you!


                      Come to the Dark Side, we have cookies!

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                      • #12
                        runrig??

                        "thanks for the nice welcome and I will enjoy myself.
                        you're right Babz it's from Runrig, been at there concert
                        in Hamburg and also at there Concert in Lübeck, that's
                        the city where I live."

                        On the advice of a kind person at this web site, I just purchased 'Celtic Glory' which seems to be a greatest hits album including songs from 1987 thru 1995... its the first album I have ever heard with so many songs sung in scots gaelicm and it is absolutely fascinating! Does the band have a more recent album that you would recommend?

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