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... the mud. I loved this one because it gave me hope that the troubles I have gone through are going to give me the ability to get through trials that come my way. It is good for me to know that if I shift the "weight" just right it will give me strength.
Scottish phrase of the day: Left, right, and centre. It is similar to the phrase"left and right", which means all the time or everywhere.
... a cornerstone of life in Scotland), they are a very impressive sight that's for sure.
Well we are here in Edinburgh for 3 nights to take in the sights and relax a bit (it is nice to stay in the same room for a couple days in a row haha). After this we are headed back up the coast to finalize a wedding venue and then it is off to London!
Until Next Time....David & Bree
... mist and eventually light rain. It was disappointing as it is a magnificent place for the photos however we preserved and managed to see all of the various buildings and displays and got some reasonable photos. Me who scoffed at Narelle, horrified that she was taking a beanie, hot footed it to the first shop when we left the Castle to buy 1 for myself. Thank heavens, as we were very wet by the time we made it home this ...
... passion for the backpack has returned, along with some happy internet Amazon shopping for the latest high tech gadgets. I realise that most of the weight is in fact 'contingency' (ie medicine kit and 'spare' bibs and bobs). And yes I know that I could probably easily get most of this stuff in India at a tenth of the price, but one piece of wisdom I have acquired throughout my roaming is to never assume anything. So I am ...
... stories I heard was about a little dog and his master. I knew about the story before my trip from doing research, but it was great to see where this all happened. A man named John Gray, who was a policeman in Edinburgh, had a dog named Bobby. When John Gray died, he was buried in the Greyfriar Graveyard and the dog remained devoted to his master and stayed by his grave for the next 14 years. The dog ...