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... At some point it had been a fine regency chair in mahogany with a turned rope scroll rail. As it stood forlornly on my bench I wondered how many bums had sat on this particular seat in its 200 year history. Was it a person of particularly portly proportions that had caused the destruction?
Number 19 came with its very own bag of giblets of assorted bits and pieces. With the contents of the bag spread out on the desk ...
... great night catching up with woody and getting to know Anh and their kids.
Go North young man, So we did.
Pearl of the British isles. The weather has been kind to us since we got here. The sun is shining (Scottish for its raining less) and its warm (Scottish for its not icing up, yet)
We have arrived at our mates place. matt and Tracie's just south of Edinburgh. They are Kiwis who have somehow wound up here, had a kid, two ...
... repair. We’ve been noticing over the last little while that they’ve developed slow leaks. At first I took the worst one, since I like a more deflated mattress and my body weight didn’t deflate it as quickly. But soon the other mattress was showing signs of leakage as well. They’re now both too bad and are requiring mid-night refills. Slathering the mattress in soapy water, we tried to detect where the leaks were ...
... one. These abbeys are all
in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
small town. ...
... one such bottle that she encountered the scariest thing she ever saw (even more scary than the ghost tour we went on that night). We went up to Calton Hill, and were strolling through a very old gravesite, Amanda skipping ahead as she was a little tipsy, when she strolled into a vault in the very corner of the gravesite, where she stumbled upon, wait for it..... one guy giving another guy a bit of a HAND, shall we say. Needless to say, Chris ...
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