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... their butts, giving us cake, rolling around ON the audience. It was strange. So once we left, Zach, Steve and I swore each other to secrecy and to encourage the rest of the group to attend. The reactions were priceless. The last person to attend was Mickey. Steve and I patiently waited outside the theatre to see his reaction and it was so worth it. He came out with the biggest smile and just utterly confused.
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We arrived in Edinburgh after a long day of travel. We've settled into our apartment, hung up the clothes, walked the neighborhood and located the grocery store. This is our routine when we first arrive at a new place and it works for us. It's getting easier and more efficient the more we do it. We're in a good location about three blocks off the High Street or Royal Mile. Everything in Edinburgh seems very walkable, although ...
... 1960's. Darren
showed us another, more gruesome history of the site, the Covenanters’ Prison
and the Martyrs’ Monument. In 1638 the National Covenant was adopted in
Greyfriars Church. This ‘covenant’ said that Jesus, and not the king, was the
only head of the church. Many of the people who supported this were imprisoned
in an area of the graveyard, and a monument has been erected to honour those
who died here – the Martyrs’ ...
... to stay in tonight because of our early morning tomorrow. As I write this John is hard at work getting rid of his beard that has been growing for one month and two days. It was an experiment to see if he could do it, to see what it felt like and to see if he liked it. Well, he did it, it felt awful and painful most of the time and he did not like it (neither did I). We will make dinner and confirm our transportation for tomorrow.
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... wood paneled walls, and decorative moldings everywhere.
On our ferry ride from Ireland back to north Wales last week, I taught another person on our tour to knit. She is Paulina, from Calgary, Canada. Today, she gave me a book, Knitting Across Scotland. It contains patterns for knitting figures of Scots, bagpipes, Scottish Terriers, Scottish foods, and Nessie! I'm sure I'll be knittin' something from that book as soon as I get ...