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... an hour watching and waiting to let James know what happened and apologize for not being able to make it. I am glad stayed because I was able to discuss options to arrange a mountain biking meetup for my fellow exchange and Erasmus students. While I was bummed that I couldn't make even though I literally ran around the neighborhood to find the place, I accepted defeat and just enjoyed getting to explore more of the city.
I left and to Lidl to pick up some groceries while ...
... by giving up my life for financial freedom. Sorry, I studied far too much psychology to understand the shortfalls of money.
On non-academic note, I am loving Scotland more and more. I am networking and making new and interesting people. I am recognizing the various accents and learning to speak in the native tongue. At this rate my friends I may never come back. Let's just say its a good thing that i have few good reasons to go back to the states.
... as a tie, happy socks, and some awesome thistle cuff links.
Once that issue was solved we headed to the Reverend’s house on the coast to drop off the wedding schedule and to make sure he still remembered us after meeting us briefly 3 months ago! He thankfully did and invited us into his home to chat about what we've been up to and talk about our impending nuptials. I will have to say we really lucked out with our Reverend! He is such a wonderful man with a nice ...
... when I was drying one of the dog vomit covered blankets.
speaking of dog vomit, I turn my back ONE second and spotty gets into the trash and eats a hunk of bread. fast forward six hours later, waiting to see if a rain storm is going to clear (walk) and she trots in, gets on her little doggy bed and promptly chucks up grass, mucus and a mixture of everything else she's been hoovering up as of late. except the bread. where was the bread? after cleaning a few ...
... 8211; scheduled for our final night in Scotland and the culmination of our walking week during the Ballater Walking Festival. As you will see dear reader, we did indeed hear the piping and it was a grand treat for us all.
But first, the day trip to Aviemore as promised.
I had only heard of Aviemore as a Scottish version of Perisher on a bad day: grey, windy, miserable with a penetrating damp cold that goes through to your bones. I imagined the ...