The Old Priory Bed and Breakfast
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... would have to be replaced. I have no idea if I hit a curb or a rock
or a pothole or what over the last 16 days. So I’m eager to see how this credit
card insurance coverage of rental cars works. The card company told me I was
insured when I rented a car and could decline the insurance offered by the
rental car company. This seems like something that’s too good to be true, so we’ll
see how it goes. Europecar claimed it was between me and my credit ...
... early part of the 20th century. Having now spent a week smashing glass and filling my fingers with glass splinters I have to report that I I am still looking for a signature for my designs :-)
I'm glad to have learnt how to do it, but at times the actual cutting of the glass was very tedious. It broke repeatedly and the mound of shattered glass on my bench grew rapidly and embarrassingly higher. I did throw the toys out of the pram at least ...
... 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 ...
... who is behind them. For instance, who is the Steam Room? Is this Peter Court? Why are we so distracted by which alias Peter Court is now writing under? We knows he's there, we can feel his presence, somewhere in the shadows, we hardly like to go out at night, when it gets dark, but godammit we just need to know where you are and who you're posing as now?!!!!
Having laughed our heads off reading all your comments, we walked down the road ...
... watched as people who had ran about 42kms finally crossed the finish line - and it was quite emotional! One poor bugger limped over the line in tears, I would hate to think how long he had been limoing for, but he looked in pain. We walked along the ocean/lake side and then stopped off for a pee-break and hot choccie. Both feeling very tired (what's my excuse??) we headed back to Edinburgh. Stopped in at Sainsbury's to grab some food and then home. I cooked a really good ...