Red Scarf

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Olly
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Re: Red Scarf

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A red Salmon perhaps - but there have been very few this year!

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Liphook
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Re: Red Scarf

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I'd like to know which beat this is ?

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Re: Red Scarf

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I am speechless. Seeing a flash of red like that I'd probably think somehow, in someway, maybe, just maybe, I'd be seeing the red stripe of a big rainbow trout. But when you got to the bridge and went through the feelings you had, that would be enough for me to get out of there.

What an interesting story you found about the two lovers, and how they died. I don't think I'd be able to sleep that night after going through that and finding the history about it.
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Dom Andrew
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Re: Red Scarf

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Maybe it's all that staring at the water, sending one into a light trance or altered state, the water acting as a skrying mirror.

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Bleak
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Re: Red Scarf

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Danny wrote: Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:01 pmGreat story
Ditto.

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Re: Red Scarf

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Thank you
Trouble is, the fish just don't read the books......
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