A new record shark caught in Nova Scotia. It seems the fish was hooked in the mouth, and towed the boat around for a while , jumping out the water at times. Eventually it drowned. Seems a bit of a sorry picture, I thought sharks were endangered these days.
It seems Jamie Oliver is coming under even more pressure. A number of people have complained to the Advertising Standards Authority who were concerned about the validity of the claims that Scottish farmed salmon is â€œhealthyâ€. Have a gander at this Times Online Article Here is a litte extract
Oliver has also been accused […]
I see that the the Scottish Pairlament has translated part of its website into good ole Scots language
Walcome til the Scottish Pairlament wabsite
The Scottish Pairlament is here for tae represent aw Scotland’s folk.
We want tae mak siccar that as mony folk as can is able tae find oot aboot whit […]
Someone mentioned on a forum that I visit about the new advert for Sainsburyâ€™s supermarket with Jamie Oliver. For those unaware who he is, Mr Oliver is a cheeky cockney celebrity chef. In the advert he is going on about how good the salmon taste and all that jazz. He is also pushing the […]
I can see it now â€œLocal Angler Dies in FREAK wader accidentâ€ and underneath â€œpossibly a sex maniacâ€ I am stressed out writing an essay that is due in shortly. So before I start for the day I am procrastinating rather heavily. I wanted to try on my new waders again as I am still […]
So after getting my new little six foot 3 weight rod I just HAD to get myself a new reel…..I got this snazzy little number Should look quite nice on the end of my 3 weight. All I need now is one of those dinky little leader links which is just know I will get […]
Nothing beats a hot water bottle or two.. There is something special about a hot water bottle when it is absolutley freezing outside, something that is not captured by an electric blanket. Electric blankets are just plain boring, switch them on switch them off….I am still paranoid after my Granny told me that if you […]
Here is a book about the Kelvin
The book is the first full-length account of the Kelvin. From its source near Kilsyth to its confluence with the Clyde, the Kelvin is a river of startling contrasts. From meandering stream to the dramatic and picturesque river at the heart of Glasgow. This superb book tells the […]
There is a large pond near to where I live next to a hospital. The pond was just a featureless concrete bowl that was half filled with stagnant water. The was swans in their as well……vicious ones at that..they would peck your lunch out your hands. There was a big sign up that said “DO […]