- Thunder, lightning and hailstones in Edinburgh
Elfinsafety – Member
Aren’t some people in Scotland a kind of strange pale blueish colour?
I have heard this from my mate Scottish Kev (he is Scottish and lives in Scotland and his name is Kev).
Is it true?
According to Billy Connolly it is true.
You rarely get a decent suntan up in Scotland. The last time I had a decent homegrown tan was back in 2003 😯
However, I have now learned to expect the weather to be pants and invariably it is pants, but when it isn’t pants it is fab and I am mucho smiling 😀Posted 8 years ago
I bet Bruneep’s not really in Barbados. I bet he’s in Aberdeen or somewhere and he’s just pretending he’s in Barbados.
However, I have now learned to expect the weather to be pants and invariably it is pants, but when it isn’t pants it is fab and I am mucho smiling
Well I spose perpetual pessimism is brightened up considerably of occasion then. 🙂Posted 8 years ago
Drac – Moderator
Hahahaha you do know I was joking about Scotland and the rain?
What is there to joke about Scotland and rainfall?
Unless you live in some sort of dreamworld we all know that it is a wet place unless you live in the far eastern parts of the country, which sounds good, but after a month or two you realise that it is also cold as well :shiver:Posted 8 years agostanfreeMember
I was at Glentress yesterday and the rainfall after the climb at Redemption was properly Biblical. There’s something epic about then honing down the Blue trail as fast as you can in a tropical rainstorm. The rain was so bad that Alpine bikes had a power cut .Posted 8 years ago
On another topic the new cafe , bike shop and changing facilities are top notch.
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