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  1. Hi Gals I wake up to see this fantastic surprise: our trip to Bonnie Scotland goes on!!! ... and we have new friends on board, welcome !!! I can take care of the fire Girls... but no stilettos, no dress, not one???... are you sure? we need to be ready for any occasion... ... we might need to attend a party in a luxury castle
  2. My Gals... it is a pity this trip has to end ... and damn it but I cannot attend the chat because I will be scuba diving grrrrr!!!!.... maybe we could extend the trip and start a second thread I was laughing out loud wit the golf stories GreenEyes/RandomLanda... I would chose to take pics too because I really suck at golf ... what a cutie golf car Nay, you always find the cutiest things
  3. 30 minutes? I didn't notice... I guess we checked into Gals at about the same time even living in the antipodes Gosh Nay I should read the small letter next time ... I am not sure about that "little something" I wish you enjoy MY chocolate and MY stiff drink ... if I have a say, make it dark chocolate please 70% would do Katie, hope everything is OK in your life. My best wishes for you, a big bear hug and a *guest* welcome to this beautiful trip! Thanks girls for the congrats pamelajane, I forgot to answer your question about Brittany (Armorica, yes! wow GreenEyes, you have to tell us about your novel). You got it right, Brittany is a region of France south of Normandy. In my trip I also managed to visit Mount Saint Michel, that is in Normandy but almost limiting with Brittany. Brittany is a French (if bretons had a word here they would say a different thing as they crave for their independence, and they feel they are Bretons first and maybe French after) peninsula projecting into the Atlantic Ocean. Of celtic heritage as Scotland. Beautiful rugged coastline with breathtaking views, misty picturesque interior with misterious woods and small fields, pretty and well preserved medieval cities. Rich history that goes back to megaliths. Enchanting legends. Great seafood. Fierce people. Sailing is a constant (it seems to be more ships than cars). They even had pirates in Saint-Malo!. Great beaches, especially for water sports. The difference between high-tide and low-tide is among the world’s greatest – up to 49 feet at the Bay of Saint-Michel and 43 feet on the Bay of Saint-Malo. And, where the tides are the greatest, the distance between the high-tide mark and the low-tide mark can be the greatest – up to 12 miles at the Bay of Saint-Michel. The visual effect of the incoming tides’ height and speed is awesome. The waves can reach 100 feet in height and the sound is deafening. Its shock can be felt up to 18 miles away. And let me close here because I can go on and on and get all of you bored, if I did not already do it I am eager to know where we are heading next !!
  4. Hey Nay! I love challenges and well chocolate is a great reward to start me ... I sent you that pm, hope it is correct
  5. Yups... that Whisky Trail sounds fantastic. We should get some handsome and beautiful drivers to do the route though ... because I want to taste a little bit in each distillery (hey! I must decide which whisky I should take back home as a souvenir... and one must take these things very very seriously). Greeneyes... is this misterious hitch-hiker available to drive the car?? (by the way, I had a fantastic vacation in Brittaly, thanks for asking)
  6. I wouldn't go to theaters to watch all of Gerry's films, only the ones I think I would probably like (I did it with PSILY and I will do it with R&R). But I would rent the other movies to have the chance to check Gerry's work. And if I do not like the film very much I have no problem in using the remote control to forward it... I did it with Dracula and I would do it again . Only if I really loved the film I would buy it. I am not a person that usually watches a film time after time. I have only done this very few times... and Dear Frankie is one of those films I own and have seen more than once
  7. If I would have to chose just one word I would say "passionate"
  8. Hey Gals! Thank you so much for your concern... you are so sweet . I am fine and so are my friends and family. Terrible news in fact, about 150 people died in the air crush. What amazes me after seeing the images of the accident is how 26 people could still survive. It is true that more people die on the roads every year but a plane crush is far more impressive and scary. I come back from my vacation to see you have been having a fantastic time. I missed you girls. You have been to amazing places . It is a pity I missed that diving experience because I read that on one dive it is possible to see anemones, scallops, lobsters, dogfish, pollack, hydroids... And well, that poor ship "El Gran Grifón". I was curious of what a Spanish ship was doing in the ocean depths of Fair Isle. It seems it was part of the Spanish Armada and was shipwrecked on Fair Isle on 27 September 1588. "El Gran Grifón" carried 43 crew and 234 soldiers – far more sailors and armed forces than standard, after taking in part of the survivors of other ship, "Barca de Amburgo", that floundered south west of the Fair Isle. The crew and soldiers scrambled ashore and were stranded on the isle for about two months before most of them departed first for Orkney (where they are remembered as the "Westray Dons" until today) and then to St Andrews and then to Edinburgh. 50 of the men died on Fair Isle either of their wounds or starvation or exposure and were buried in the "Spaniards Grave". Half of the survivors were killed when their ship en route to Spain was attacked and sent aground by Dutch gunboats alerted by the English Navy (Queen Elizabeth had only promised that they would not be molested by English ships ). I wonder what Westray Dons means And those Shetland ponies are cute. They remind me a little of the film Bewolf and Grendel. Wasn't Gerry riding there a pony too? Cannot wait to know what we will do next
  9. I totally relate to that I love how he analyzes himself and is able to see he is getting lost and how he manages to get back on track. Thanks for the article GreenEyes
  10. That woman is lucky for being between those two... and she is very very tall!!!
  11. Hi Gals I am on vacation in Brittany - France (Nay, Pamela not Scotland this year, finally, couldn't get affordable plane tickets ). Another celtic region truely beautiful, I highly recommend it for lovers of celtic stuff . I cannot have internet access very easily (today the first day out of four I found an internet cafe). So girls, unfortunately I cannot follow closely this Bonnie Scotland journey... what a pity! , S'bird, Nay, Greeneyes; pamela... I miss you girls. I will have to keep up with the thread when I get bqck home... and probably you will need another car chick for this week. Hqve fun... and you have to tell me all the secrets when I get back. By the way I DO HATE this keyboard ... every thing is not where it is supposed to be... I thought at least the letters remained the same in all the countries (with latin alphabet). Or maybe this guy at the internet cafe gave me thiz one on purpose to drive me crazy???? ( he had success in fact... I am going nuts and expending an extra hour here because of this ing keyboard Take care
  12. That night out at Hootananny is gonna be fantastic! I will drink one pint (maybe half pint) of each type of beer ... and after this I might join 'Bird in those live sessions... ... I'd better not think in next day likely hangover Glad you love the new cars ladies, we are going to become spoiled testing so many deli sport cars
  13. Hey Gals! On vacation but been terribly busy... I am exhausted!. Trying to keep up now with all the novelties. And thinking about the new cars. Let me come back later with my suggestions ETA: I saw the vintage Vespas... classy great choice!. It reminds me of the film Roman Holiday with the adorable Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck Hi there! Just for future consideration, gals, I think is about time to try a rampant horse. I would suggest a Ferrari California 2009 convertible http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb305/a...arigt128002.jpg http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb305/a...1600x1200_w.jpg http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb305/a..._1600x120-1.jpg (don't worry girls, it has a folding hard top ... we are in Scotland!) Some misterious man with a strong Italian accent commented he heard a rumour we are spectacular drivers and he needs to test these cars in the curvy Scottish roads just before launching the car worldwide next year... who is in for a challenge? Just in case you are still not convinced, check this: Ferrari California 2009
  14. Thanks Luv for the vid of Beautiful Girls, that film is awesome About Gerry's women being gorgeous, modelesque... it makes sense to me. He is gorgeous, smart and funny. Sure he has not problems meeting women. If we had the same options than Gerry we would also want it all: gorgeous looking, funny, full of personality, smart... We are assuming that those ladies he has been associated with or been photographed with are not smart because they are models. This assumption is as negative as assuming that all Gerry's fans are old or heavy weighted. We women should deffend each other not pull us down. If I could chose I would want everything in my man. And about Gerry settling, my perception is he will not do it any soon. He is very focused in his work and even if sometimes he miss having a family, I don't think that on the whole the family life scheme would be something he could stand. Too stable for him. Just my two cents. galpal2008 ... ... need some glasses ... soon
  15. Great pics, thanks for sharing I love to see back his beautiful eyes smiling and his gorgeous smile. He radiates. When I see him happy my heart just warms a little more ... ... This man should be considered an alternative energy source, you know, biomass, solar energy, wind energy, wave power, geothermal... and GERRY ... he warms souls and ahemmm... bodies :D
  16. the car chick !!! I like cars but I am not as up to date as I used to be... I will try to do my best though... and I will try to make us look as glamourous as possible Glencoe, Glencoe, Glencoe... dreamland (btw my siggie is a pic of Glencoe)... a hike is a must I would say... that route you proposed GreenEyes sounds like a good idea... is it strenous? And about that hitchhiker, don't fight girls ... if this is going to break the good harmony, I volunteer to pick him up and house him in my own bedroom for the chilly night ... this would be my good deed of the day
  17. Yep, I agree...he does have the Londonish style in his dress in that picture. It's funny but I noticed his shoes first and thought they looked very Euro as opposed to his normal white sneakers here in the states. As for the hat, stylish but I like him in a baseball hat better. JMHO Damn, he just looks good in everything. I like his new haircut too - I think I am in a minority here but I like short hair. He does have a good head of hair though and just about any look looks good on him. I prefer short hair too, although maybe not that short as it makes his face look fuller than it is... I have to agree on he has a good head of hair (btw I like that expression )
  18. New pics The outfit looks very trendy London-ish to me. I like the hat (the very first time I like a hat on him) probably going to NYC as many of you said
  19. :dancer: :dancer: is that an Aston Martin DBS???? ... ... power, beauty & soul I can hear that engine roaring This is probably not the same model, but for the girls to get an idea of how THAT car is and
  20. Hey phoenixgirl! I think you set very high standards for Gerry's fans You looked confident... and pretty too! I envy you for getting Gerry's attention for almost 2 minutes!! Thanks for sharing!
  21. Thanks for the beautiful pics ... there must be a special atmosphere in Iona island. It used to be a very significant place for Christianity many centuries ago I love your new home ...so romantic It has a lot of potential and the location is gorgeous. Let the drinks flow at the terrace while we watch the sunset ... lets play some chill out and I volunteer to be the bartender.. Mojito anyone?
  22. He certainly behaves like that sometimes, especially when there are other roosters around... he even feeds his hens with chocolates to show who is the macho of the house Swansong & Galpal2008... it is great to see his eyes smiling again
  23. Hey Gals! Nay I really appreciate the hard work you are putting in preparing this beautiful trip. As a traveller I know how much time it takes to organize a trip ... and also how enjoyable the planning is I would love to see a little more of those other islands... the pics are spectacular! Well and I cannot wait to drive that beautiful Porsche, just thinking of taking the curves and feeling that beast beneath . A pity is not a convertible, but it wouldn't be practical in Scotland, I know Songbird, I like that short name you gave me A'dora... it sounds so celtic ... and I was about to forget... Nay, I loved that quote: "Dreams are easy to come by and light on the pocket. Never be without them! "... so true! Cannot wait for the rest
  24. Exactly my thoughts. He usually has a ranchy self-deprecating sense of humour, but when I read some of his answers at Comic Con (have yet to see the vids and check the context), I felt he went a bit too far, especially with the Halle Berry comment. My perception is that in than environment of fans drooling over him, and him being the centre of attention of the panel, he was trying to show off a little in front of the boys, and he got carried away
  25. I am with you in that... it is like a secret weapon isn't it? it is amazing but it does work every time :D :D
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