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... driver let me in. There were only two other passengers on this bus.
Once back in Perth, I perused a few charity chops, finding a few good deals, then walked to M&S for their free bathroom. I had less time yesterday, as I'd left over an hour later than the day before, so I soon walked back up to the hospital to see my mom. It was good timing, and a nice visit. I stayed around for over an hour as it happened, and she didn't ...
... I reached the hospital! I was out of breath from the steep climb, but not really tired for long, just rather hot. I figured I walked about 6 miles total today' and it helped me to sleep fairly well last night.
I was puzzled because in Room 8, my mother's room, it looked like my mom had all this white hair and had changed her appearance! :( A nurse saw my consternation and said she'd been moved to another ...
... Dunkeld is pronounced DuuuuuhhhnKelllllld as I was quickly corrected by a man wearing a kilt because I pronounced it Duncold.
The night after the Highland Games, we went to a pub called The Merryburn where a lot of the locals went afterwards. In these small towns, the pubs are actually in the hotels. There wasn't too many freestanding pubs.This would probably be ...
... full with rolls of netting pass. They were obviously working to cover very young seeds to allow germination and keep off the birds. We saw evidence of work like this already carried out further along our walk. We met the Roadie for coffee further along the road at Moneydie. He had been busy buying an umbrella for Helen as the forecast for tomorrow is rain! From Moneydie we walked on to Bankfoot setting a good pace- 3 miles per hour. The walking was fairly easy, the scenery stunning as ...
... in a direct line north only 2km from the A9 but we could have been a million miles away as the countryside was green and lush, quiet and serene. We arrived at the village of Bankfoot, a sleepy hamlet with people collecting their sunday newspapers and walking the dogs. An idyllic scene in the warm sunshine. We continued to head northwards, this time off road for the next 6km. Anne was doing a roaring pace and keeping up with us without ...
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