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    On Lough Melvin yesterday but flat calm and no drift. Nice day for sight-seeing........



    ......and a pic-nic!!

    Last edited by salamander; 26-09-2008 at 10:41 AM.

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    That's a stylish picnic! No hang sannages, carton of suki and packet of Tayto there
    Looks like a fine spot.

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    A bit of effort can make the day!!!!!
    Last edited by salamander; 26-09-2008 at 12:28 PM.

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    so that's how you Shanes boys do things, pretty impressive
    so much fishing, so little time


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    I have'nt had Tayto crisps in years. Do they still make them OK?

    (For anyone who does'nt know, they are a NI delicacy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by victor View Post
    I have'nt had Tayto crisps in years. Do they still make them OK?

    (For anyone who does'nt know, they are a NI delicacy)

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    Yep, guaranteed fresh breath all day with the cheese and onion flavour.

    Still made in Armagh, N.I.

    http://www.tayto.com/
    Last edited by rrw35; 26-09-2008 at 09:04 PM.

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    Excellent. There used to be a Tayto store outside Omagh that we passed everyday on the way to school. It was almost always locked, but we got the odd sneak view when they were loading boxes in or out, and we used to dream of what we could do if we got in there. It was secured like Fort Knox though.

    Tayto are the business.

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    You commoners stick with the bloody 'tayto'. Nobody with cheese & onion breath gets in my boat!! It's fine Shiraz and fillet steak for me
    Last edited by salamander; 26-09-2008 at 11:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salamander View Post
    It's fine Shiraz and fillet steak for me
    More like a bottle of Blue Nun and a tube of Beef Pringles.

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    Buckfast and a pastie supper will get you in my boat

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