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... to get out of the office to search. Just gave me the same 10 questions they always do.Where ya bin where you staying, where you working etc etc. They almost act like an Aussie would want to stay in the UK. Fools.
Dee's mum came for the drive up to the lakes district for the bucks party I went to. She and Dee took Pepe for the weekend while I went with 30 blokes to drink some beer and shoot clay pigeons(they look nothing like a pigeon) drove go carts and played ...
... we chose to only repair the 2 broken bags instead of 4 (until we can field test this to see what is better). It would be horrible to destroy 2 good bags without knowing it!
Brian also finally caved in and bought 2 new chains for our bikes (only at double the Canadian price). Stretched out very far from hauling so much weight, they were both starting to grind a bit when pedaled. Getting them both oiled and set we were ready to ...
... 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. ...
... we entered Scotland, and became lost for words. The landscape is amazing and buildings were incredible. We took the tourist drive to Edingburgh and then fell in love with this city. Wednesday: Full day sightseeing around Edingburgh, leaving our B&B at 10 am and not returning till 11 pm. Needless to say, Amanda's feet were in agony, as she already had blisters on 4 toes, but a quick glass of wine whenever they got unbearable did the trick. It ...
... I did find myself quite tired and falling into bouts of sleep while touring the highlands. That was probably the symptom of me becoming sick after my trip. In addition, I contracted an eye infection, hence you will not find any photos with me in it. Anyhow, I did find Scotland to be beautiful as many had advised. Nice weather the whole long weekend made it even more ...
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