Spirit of Islay wrote:Hi Guys ,
There should be quite a little gathering from various Whisky Forums from far and wide !
The List so far i think is.....
Me (SOI / Ardbeggordon - WM / SOI / Blad)
Willie JJ ( - WM / SOI / Blad / WWW)
Rob (r900p - WM / SOI / Blad / WWW)
John McGill ( - WM / SOI / Blad / WWW)
Paul (Leither - WM / SOI / Blad / WWW)
Livvy ( - SOI / Blad)
John H (jmh - Blad)
Steve (steve_nufc - Blad)
Mark (MarkApp - Blad)
Victor ( - Blad )
Ras Mazunga ( - SOI / WM /WWW) is coming over from Holland !
And of course there's Raymond working on his stall from Bladnoch !
Reggaeblues wrote:Great to meet at last Nick, you and Dawn and 3 YO William.Amazing to find us both new(4 years) daddies in our fifties...
Reggaeblues wrote:Yup. it is amazing! I have 2, Nick has one...
Really puts life into perspective. when "we" were pregnant with Jemima(how new age is that?!?) I was quite depressed for the first few months, because I was worried that I had not properly resolved my childhood dramas and traumas and might pass them on, as in "the sins of the father..." until a wise friend said to me: "The fact that you're even conscious enough to be worried about that should give you hope. Most people don't even consider it."
From then on, it was all positive!
Now I wonder, do they learn more from me, or do I learn more from them?
And excellent entertainment you served Sir! Pleasure to meet you.Reggaeblues wrote:Derek from London!
...or Catford to be precise. Quite a sclepp to the Windsor Castle pub in Carshalton, but Derek came to a gig bless him, with his lovely wife Barbara, a cognac drinker who hates whisky ( especially that awful liquid germolene called Aaagh-dbeg)Yet she has a strange penchant for her hubbie's "christmas pudding-ey" Balblair!)
well, the landlord said it was the best gig I'd done there...so I hope you enjoyed it!
I'm very happy you came, and I enjoyed meeting you both.
Lawrence wrote:Is anybody going to WF in SF in October? I'm going and would like to meet anybody and say hello...