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Tim I did it!

Your account of sneaking into Stirling made me laugh with your erstwhile "Alan"...piping up from behind and infront of camera. I thought that you crossing the dual carriageway mirrored Alan and David trying to cross New Stirling Bridge...perhaps a beaten up car breaking down on the motorway and being moved on by sleeping transport police would have been fitting for you both to flee from? I wanted you to burst forth and lament your journey and weary bones in the same way that the old lady did :)


You made it! Huzzah!There's plenty of time for lamenting weary bones I can tell you. I like the idea of actual re-enactments or updated scenarios, but maybe they shouldn't involve the police, eh?

Certainly it's something we can work on for next year...

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