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Bannockburn 3D

A tall, slender blonde in her midthirties dressed in blue overalls and green hunter wellies, like Betty Grable ready to muck out stables

I STEPPED from the train into a morning where the wind battered you like a sermon on Paul’s Letter to the Romans. Cold rain trickled down your back and your spine shivered like you’d just heard a choir singing a Gaelic Psalm. I had just finished some family history work in Tain, and if you think that sounds like a dull way to make a living, I’m not gonna argue. I stood in the rainy car-park stretching and putting life back into my limbs. Then I made off through the mean street of Dingwall.

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