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Re: Fancy being a NH NED?
by Vierwielen View the latest post
Sat Jan 22, 2022 22:56
|Have you seen....?|
The A83 is a major road in Argyll, Scotland. It links two of the most remote areas of mainland Britain, Cowal and Kintyre, with the rest of the country.
The A83 is a popular road to drive. The reason why will become apparent as we go on, but in the meantime let's mention a few keywords: lochs, mountains, long straights, sweeping bends, empty, fun! Its also a very well engineered road, and apart from a few short sections is a decent width all the way down.
Argyll is threaded by very
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