Genuinely too when it is fair to say that when it comes to selling houses, half of Dundee population lives within Broughty Ferry’s elastic boundaries.
Anyway, enough of such trivia.
Felicitations on seeing you in our little stopover today here in Broughty Ferry, once a fishing village, now a pleasant place boasting a castle
Can you tell us something about your journey from your homeland?
Hi, and thank you for having me. The journey from the homeland was one fraught with danger for me. You see, I made my daring escape from The Broughty Ferry last year; travelling as far as the rolling hills and lush fields of rural Perthshire.
As you can imagine, my return trip down the Tay estuary, was an adventure I embarked upon undercover of darkness. I carefully avoided dog walkers, and lovers; as they enjoyed moonlit trysts – and that is as tangled as it sounds – only the dogs come out of that with any dignity.
Gracious Milord…I may call you Paul… So long as we do not mean the ship called Dignity. I mean we have enough ships stolen around here. The crew are making you welcome I trust?
The crew made me feel most welcome. Particularly the fellow who owns the wee dug?…
I have brought you two pleasing gifts. I am not a dog owner but I have brought photos of my beloved cats: Julian (black and white) and Macavity. Surely more beautiful boys, you’ve never laid eyes upon?
Well, I think we got away with that with your eyes intact, Milord Paul, thanks to a little distraction by our parrot Myrtle. While I think I have cured Flint of eyeing other women, he is still a great one for eyeing everything else. He calls it booty. Is there anything I should do to disabuse him of helping himself to other people’s boats and their contents? Already we have four gondolas aboard and I can see he is eyeing that lifeboat.
most thoughtfully provided our fare today, largely because the pirates eschew the culinary arts for cutlass waving, drinking and frolicking on shore with wenches. Do you have any tips for making them try at least to help my maid, Susan, in the galley? It is such a task and she gets quite fraught.
Broughty Ferry is lovely I am sure, what sites—if any– do you intend visiting here when you leave the ship? Provided of course, you first sign a disclaimer that you never saw me, or Flint?
I enjoy the beach and a visit to the castle whenever I’m in Broughty Ferry. There are some lovely quaint little shops along Brook Street, and a gorgeous nature trail just off the East end of the esplanade I would recommend.
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