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Date Posted: 17:00:48 06/03/15 Wed
Author: Sara (savouring episode 113)
Subject: The Digital Lallybroch
In reply to: kgp 's message, "Ron talks about Lallybroch as being the ancestral home - but Brian and Ellen built it, it's not that old actually. I pictured white-washed plaster walls and wood paneling." on 12:42:32 04/30/15 Thu

It has been bugging me since they arrived at Lallybroch that the set is WAY to rich. It just is. I would have much rather seen a more accurate, historically and fictionally, house. It is far too big, and far to refined. Not even the finest seats in Scotland would have shown that sort of wealth during the era. Over the top and it detracts, for me, from the feel of the story.

I am glad I am not the only one ; -)

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