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|My dear Linda, they are if you do not mind the language "a pain in the butt." They are tropical and to us in the UK where it is cold, that is a problem. Ask Cherie.
I have been over to my mothers today with the ball and chain (Sarah), for dinner. I knew I would end up doing it, but it was worth it as it was roast English lamb with all the trimmings, and lamb mint sauce!
Nice bottle of wine which was English, what a treat!
Sarah has never caught a wild Haggis or Scotch mist, nor the Loch Ness monster. The trouble with wild Haggis is they have two legs shorter one side than the other, that enables them to go round mountains, so the mountains are hard to climb for us. If you shoot them they roll down and you cannot find them. Very elusive are wild Haggis nowadays.
Neil and the wild Haggis chaser.