Posted: Thursday, 01 March 2007
The first photo is a still from the programme 'Ewe'ver been framed' Arnish you're a genius - suddenly every trainspotter in Britain will want to come to the Fank - imagine the bright scene with all those anoracks and tartan Thermos flasks - What a magnet for the women eh? It is a well known scientific fact that single women are attracted to displays of colour - eg Sunny has an art shop QED
calumannabel from The Fank Bunker
BCCI? I think I have one of their biros and certainly some of their cheap razors
bonald from back
The Tolsta-Ness road will never, ever, happen whatever the Council and the locals want. Good old RSPB will stop any and every development in the moorland to protect the birdies. How long before locals become the rarest species on the island?
Hooper Swan from The Moor
Will the RSPB be twitching, or is it bird flu?
Tws from The Croft Lewis
Calum sounds chuffed.... Those sheep really look up for it, and not an old boiler among them...as long as none of the chaps are piston the job or go off the rails, it'll be a world class Fank.
Flying Cat from the coal bunker
Maybe the service providers of the train could extend the service for those who are unable to make the journey to the fank to see callum and annabels sheep.If it was passing anyway,it could have a few a "m h e e" ndmends made to the train and have a stock carraige added ,to take the renowned sheep back to the castle grounds for all to see,at no cost to calum for the journey "single or return" that would not be fare,and prove positive we had a new and caring train service,a novelty in its self, but a system that would also prove the train ops are not railroading people into having to make this expedition purely for the sake of cash,that indeed calums sheep are worthy of the write up above,and they are not pulling the wool over our eyes,and I said write up,not wind up,thats the train,.I apologise in advance for not being sure of my gaelic spelling for "bleating" I feel a bit sheepish.Windfarms,a tunnel,trains,and the hole in the wall,"what next".
The New Point Bard from Point,.