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... by Gabbie who performed a scene with Lindsay before Lindsay sang. I ended up leaving as I feared that the Press Conference would run long and I did not want to leave the group without me on their very first High Street performance.
I have posted the video of Lindsay singing here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_Pim7J fyFA&list=UUEBksUlgk8RKVH4LKAYocyQ< br>
Those of you who know me, know that I rarely ...
... no place local for touring campers so had move on further afield. The lady was more than helpful and gave us a list of sites that were within 6 - 15 mile Rich chose and phoned a site called Golden Sands Holiday Park, they had room, were reasonably priced so off we went. We arrived and paid for one night, found our given lot and was quite pleased as we were next to the sea. You could hear the waves and smell the sea air..lovely. We had a little walk round and found a game room, ...
We left Cromarty in drizzling rain and drove down through the highlands into sunny Edinburgh.
During the day we had it all - cloud, bright sunshine, torrential rain and low cloud on the high peaks, all of which added to the atmosphere. We took the Old Military Road through the Cairngorms National Park, which was truly spectacular. Towering bare hills, huge valleys carved by glaciers, tiny patches of lush green grass beside dark peat ...
... They would have cost an absolute fortune to print and they don't cost anything nor P&H for people to order - they can also read on-line... but I needed the money even though it was minimal-wage.
Worked at the fishmonger's on Saturday. Not as busy as last Saturday as it was raining.
Hey tell me all those proper-speaking-peoples out there:
Scotland - one 'T' - Scottish - two 'Ts'
Britain - also one 'T' - British - ...
... As Edinburgh became over-populated in the 17th century, the walled-city was feverishly built on top of itself, creating a lasagna of homes along the Royal Mile, with more and more people living on the bottom, and creating tight alleyways, or closes, between structures.
Life in the 1500s was grim down there – no light, no plumbing, little space, the plague. (Did you know that plague doctors wore those creepy outfits - long ...