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... 9pm after short delay where a semi trailer with a load was unable to climb around the bend in the road due to slippery conditions. After watching him a few times our coach driver was impatient & spared no mercy for truck driver & decided to go past him ( which he managed) Lets hope the poor truck driver is not still tying to manoeuvre his truck. Ha! A damp Inverness greeted us & we were off in our car to our accommodation & off to bed. ...
... 900 years old, was built to honor a Viking, the murdered Earl Magnus, who was later sainted. The Orkney Islands were long a part of Norway until they were deeded as dowry to one of the Stewart Kings. People here trace their DNA back to both the Picts (or Scots) and the Vikings. Unique DNA shows up here that is not found elsewhere in Scotland, we understand. These islands are incredibly fertile and have long been prosperous. This is big sky ...
Well it has been a quiet few weeks. I am settling into the quiet life. I actually really enjoy it, if not for it being a bit lonely at times. I am however definitely suited for country life, I love the quiet and the privacy. Although it has been pretty foggy here the last couple weeks, when the stars are visible it is pretty incredible.
The downsides are that I don't have a car and can't just hop on a bus to go explore since they only come a few times a day. The same can be said ...
... and then Abe came home and we took joy in teasing him about getting a new car. It was then getting late and since I hadn't gone to bed until 3 a.m. the night before I was shattered and hit the hay.
I woke up for about 8:30 a.m. the next morning which seems to be my regular wake up these last few weeks. I got dressed and packed up (again) and then went out to meet Tina. We soon left for Inverness to look at the murals and get something to eat before I got on ...
... really beautiful decorations and painted to look as if it were made of bricks and wood instead of metal sheds. We also made a brief stop at a local winery for a tasting. We bought some raspberry and elderberry liqueurs and a bottle of wine.
Our final stop of the day was at Kirkwall's St. Magnus Cathedral. Known as the “light in the North”, it was built in 1137 by Viking Earl Rognvald in honor of ...
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