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  • #16
    H Adam

    I regret that I do look in the mirror every morning, not a pretty sight actually!

    I prefer the solution being a ship as I am always inclined to go for practical theories rather than the mysterious, the fact that I work with ships may also have something to do with it.

    The ship theory can also be tested by checking with the Caledonian Canal authorities as all vessels sailing through the canal (of which Loch Ness forms a part) have to pay dues and a license is issued. Looking at the picture I would be checking for a ship, or most likely a fishing vessel, no more than 150 feet in length and probably with a bulbous bow.

    Rgds
    John

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    • #17
      Hi all (Tracy! Long time no see! )

      Yes John, in all seriousness it looks suspiciously like the wake of a boat to me as well. However I don't entirely discount the possibility of creatures like the Loch Ness monster still existing in the world.

      Cheers,
      Adam.

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      • #18
        Exactly Adam...my missus not excluded...

        All the best

        Dave

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Adam Went View Post
          Hi all (Tracy! Long time no see! )

          Hello how's you? still studying hard?
          If you're going to be two-faced at least make one of them pretty.

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          • #20
            Dave:

            Haha! I hope for your sake she doesn't read the forums. That one would go over like a wrought iron hang glider....

            Tracy:

            6 months to go and counting!

            Cheers,
            Adam.

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