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Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Water Water Everywhere (The River Cree in Spate)

After a prolonged cold snowy spell in South West Scotland in the winter of 2009/2010 the thaw came.The result was a rise in river levels.This was the River Cree in that thaw.Apologies for the up and down sound quality.


  1. Impressive amount of flood water Jim..!
    Has anyone ever told you that you sound like the late gaelic poet Sorley McLean ?

  2. I'll take that as a compliment if you're not taking the Michael...but truthfully he spoke beautifully.My dad new a little gaelic,and could do a fair impression.

  3. What music to my ears! I am so happy that you narrated this. Please continue! You have a wonderful voice. Does this flooding happen often? We have spring rains that cause local flooding, but not usually in the winter. On my FB page I finally have a face to put in Portpatrick. The couple we did a house swap with I had never actually seen, because we flew at the same time, us arriving in Scotland about the same time they arrived in the US. So now---I have a face to put to the name! This has been a very good day :) You narrating and me seeing Ian.


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