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... finger picking with my right and had friction burns on those fingers. lol. Fringe!!! Our music stands, which were the definition of rinky dink also were falling apart during the show and we had to hold on to them to keep our music from falling. lol
After the show, the cast headed to rest for the 5:30pm street performance. Steve, Lindsay, Alex and I headed to the Press Conference rehearsal/tech. Yes, more tech. We ...
... quite warm, about 16deg. People were soaking up the warmth. We walked back over to the Royal Mile, and there were lots of buskers out. As well as several pipers, there was a sword swallower, fiddlers, and Elaine Davidson, the world's most pierced woman. I felt sick looking at her, and worse after I Googled her.
We were home by 6.30, and lots of people are out and about enjoying the late afternoon light.
... for red squirrels. Here are some of the images that have moved me and a story about the stone walls of Ireland. THE DRY STONE WALLS OF IRELAND There are over a quarter of a million miles of them by Peter Mooney As you travel across Ireland from East to West, some changes in the landscape become apparent. The wide fields and flat bogs of the Midlands give way at the river Shannon to the rich farm lands of east Co. Galway, but these farm lands are different. Where once ...
Edinburg was amazing! The night before we camped out at an organic farm, which was just amazing. They must have had poor advertising because on a bank holiday weekend we were the only ones out in the field. We had the best view to some hills and a monument which we think was called the "pillar of Hercules". In the morning we push biked down the most amazing bike track thru the woods and into the next village. ...
... at M&S about country of origin and such things too.
The weather was staying cold and dry so we decided that a walk up Arthurs Seat was on the cards, good blow out of the cobwebs and great views of the city and surrounding area. We were surprised at the police presence at the Holyrood palace, didn’t get to see Charles and Camilla
but did see Ollie Barton for a warm beer . (My last one as I ...