east coast and midges

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  1. dogmanlpool

    dogmanlpool Read Only Funster

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    hello there everyone ?
    is the east coast the best to go up to ? and avoid them dam midges ? cause av been on the scotland midgey watch and it seems so ? thanks dogmanlpool
     
  2. philw111

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    Yes

    We are on the Moray Firth and don't get bothered by them at all. I've just been out with the dog - beautiful blue sky, warm sunshine (when the wind drops:Wink:), watching the seals basking on the rocks - it's on days like this that I know why we moved up here:thumb:

    Phil
     
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    yes.. the east coast is *generally* too cold and windy for midges ..

    personally, I would rather have the midges :Wink:
     
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    buy odourless garlic capsules from the health shop ,I,m normally a 6 course meal to the dreaded midgets,but they seem to help,they don't like garlic,the west coast is the best for scenery, but the worst for midgets:Wink::Wink:
     

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