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Diana Gabaldon
Writer. Author of the OUTLANDER series, Lord John Grey novels, etc. Blog at .
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Second Minister May 19
Replying to @Writer_DG
Hi Diana, I’m a Volunteer Tour Guide with Invisible Cities a Social Enterprise who train homeless people to become walking Tour Guides, I start a new Outlander theme/ Queen Mary of Scots Tour of Craigmillar Castle
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Barbara Mackay May 16
Voting is now open in the 2019 TV Choice Awards. Outlander is nominated in only one catergory, Best Drama. Let's show them we are still a force to be reckoned with :) @ @ @
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Zwartbles Ireland 20h
MarcoPolo enjoying some evening sun
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William Shatner 22h
Seems like yesterday.
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Loving nature May 18
Extremely rare white giraffes caught on camera for the first time 😳
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Janet Fitz 🇦🇺 May 19
Replying to @sniskybobfry
Psst Jenny ... Just keep an eye on that welcome fire
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My Peak Challenge May 18
“This cancer surviving, disc surgeried, hip-replaced, diabetic 60-year-old just bagged two Munros, Ben Lomand and Stobb Dubh. My theme this year was taking risks, living dangerously, putting myself out there in the world doing things I never knew I could.” Nice work Karen💪❤️🌟
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Paul Bronks 21h
"thank god you're home, I THINK WE'VE BEEN BURGLED"
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Zwartbles Ireland 20h
Oops........ but the phone lives on
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Tim Downie May 19
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Deborah Kennedy 22h
This is Andrew Jackson Donelson, nephew/adopted son of Andrew Jackson. He graduated from West Point & later became a lawyer. He participated in military & political campaigns, ran for VP & served as US Minister to Prussia. His 2nd wife was Thomas Jefferson’s granddaughter.
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Diana Gabaldon 22h
Be with you later today, Alex! I've company staying the weekend--my daughter, son-in-law and 2-yr old grandson--and can't get near the computer for more than a few seconds.
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Graham McTavish 23h
Words simply fail me.....
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Dick King-Smith HQ May 18
At that moment, it became blindingly obvious that she was a keeper.
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Paca Whisperer aka Jayme May 19
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Murray The Owl™ May 18
Hi Alex we just popped into the Falconry and managed to see this little guy, he's a kestrel 😁🦉🦅😁
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Jenny Jeffries May 19
Just as well I went to Girl Guides! "Look Out Below!!" I'm not too sure of my landing. . . or my welcome.
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Nick Porch May 19
Replying to @InvertoPhiles
So spiky, it even has a spine on the first antennal segment.
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Nick Porch May 19
The Hispellinus were more abundant today than I've ever seen them, most resting in the seed heads of kangaroo grass (Themeda triandra). Tremont, SE. Australia.
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Diana Gabaldon May 19
Nope--tracked it down; it's a kalanchoe (a very exotic one, needless to say), from the Family Crassulaceae, while the agaves belong to Asparagaceae.
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