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Jemimaville Lost - Jan 2006
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Jemimaville Lost - Jan 2006

Cloud obscuring Jemimaville whilst all around is clear.
Picture added on 18 January 2006
I wish that cloud could stay there permanently.

Jemimaville - the poor man's Rosefarm.
Added by Greig on 18 January 2006
Hey whats wrong with Jemimaville? I grew up there its a lovely little village. Even though Jemimaville was my home I wouldn't dream of criticising Cromarty because I love the whole area. Wash your mouth with soap Greig.
Added by Mary Mackay now Tomlinson Harrison on 19 January 2006
Rosefarm!!! Thats as bad as jemimaville! Not cool enough to live in Cromarty.......
Added by Isla Hill Now Thomson on 21 January 2006
Of course you wouldn't criticise Cromarty.

You'd be hauled up in front of the Community Council before you could say "wooden Post Office".
Added by Greig on 14 February 2006
The whole area is special and has lots of memories for so many folk who are not so fortunate as to live there now. It inspired the talented writer, Jane Duncan. Thanks to this great site, we can relive our memories. There is no view more beautiful than the Cromarty Firth and I live in the San Francisco Bay Area!
Added by Margaret Tong on 13 July 2009
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