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  1. Oh! I don't go fishing now the kids are gone, just go and look, Two local lakes, most regulars have tents or huts, even caravans, parked all winter on the ice. No floors in the tents or huts, seats, heaters etc, beer coolers not necessary! drive your truck or car anywhere you think the fish might bight. When the kids were kids we had snowmobiles, we'd travel through mountains, find a lake and drill hole and fish half the day. No computers or video games in the days. Family day February 15th, families go for the day, no fishing license needed, lots of prizes for sizes, age groups e
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  2. 1. Which range of hills stands on the border between England and Scotland? Cheviot Hills 2. If you ordered pollo in an Italian restaurant what would you get? Pizza 3. Which team game has the positions first defence, in home and second attack? Netball 4. In the castle of which West Yorkshire market town was Richard II murdered? 5. Who wrote The Forsyte Saga? 6. A musket ball fired from the French ship Redoubtable killed
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  3. 1. Cheviot hills 2. Chicken 3. Lacrosse 4. Pontefract 5. John Galsworthy. 6. Lord Nelson 7. Capuchin monkey 8. Lawyer 9. Kenny Dalglish 10. Lithosphere. 11. Clock 12. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
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  4. I loved my velour hat but quickly succumbed to peer pressure and asked my mum to get me a beret.
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  5. All from BGS. I don't know though about the Rangers (senior guides) who held their meeting later the same evening - I just remember being totally in awe of them.
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  6. ... but the vegetables were wonderful!
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  7. Your correct CL it was Jimmy Routledge and the family did live in those houses, South Row I think. My great grand parents on my grandmothers side lived in Shop Row and the gardens were detached from the houses. If you follow Allan's directions to Barrington school (turn right when you get through the Auld pit) you would be walking down Shop Row. The houses were on your left but the road was just a dirt track and the gardens were on your right and they were quite long. That's how I remember it anyway.
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