07-13-2013, 04:40 PM
Re: Scandi or skagit
Originally Posted by cb
I just think it needs a name - it seems Scandi and Skagit have caught the imagination yet lets face it, are simply variations on the classic theme - welcome certainly but perhaps useful only 'sometimes'. So the normal Spey needs a brand!
Perhaps Brit-spey should be called the "Classic Spey" - but it does sound old fashioned a bit. Certainly I dont think traditional Spey is correct as it has moderrnised over the last few years and is far more efficient now.
Any ideas for a brand name to get it back as the go to choice it should be ?
Follow your line of thinking and in total agreement. There's the casting turnie down in San Francisco every year. They had to change the 'rules' as to lines, but the 'Brit Lines' always win. No reason to 'wonder why?'
As to your last question: Carron ... period ... end of sen....
"Jimmie Jack," Gweneth (Carron) and their casting team nailed it. If you've ever had the privilege to meet any, you have been 'privileged.' The first two names few would know, but to have met and make meals for 22 up in Washington (casting contest). For context, if you had no idea (I didn't) who JJ-Ms. G were you'd never have guessed.
Ms. G as we were cooking: 'You have money don't you?'
'No Mam, I'm just financially comfortable.'
I was 'Pennies in there pocket' when it came to that.
When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"
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