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Feeding the sheep

Dashing through the snow, in a one horse open I dont think so. Returning from giving the sheep a load o neeps in the 1955 snow. We left the cart out in the field so only needed to dig a track for the horse in some of the gates, it was much easier
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Picture added on 12 September 2008
Somebody forgot a comma or something I doot
Added by Jim Cooper on 15 September 2008
You seem to have grown a peedie bit taller than when I last saw you Jim!! And if you can mind when that wis your a better man than me.
Added by Pricie Sinclair on 12 September 2009
Thou seem tae hiv grown a bit since I last saw thee Jim or is it jist a peedie horse?
If you can mind the last time I saw you your a better man than me.
Great pictures,lots of memories.
Added by Pricie Sinclair on 15 September 2009
No John, hid wis a big horse but i maybe had on me high heels that day. Dont think i have seen you since you were working in Scarths when ever that was. Must be a long time since you were in the bonny green isle o Stronsay
Added by Jim Cooper on 19 September 2009
I was in Stronsay about four years ago but only a very short visit. I came out on the first plane in the morning, Don picked us up and drove us round the island and then we caught the last plane out.
I saw a lot of changes since I lived there, but it was fine feeling home under my feet after all this time. It's 47 years since I left.
Added by Pricie Sinclair on 29 September 2009
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