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... headed to Beauly for a late lunch and a walk through the town. The most notable attraction of this town is the Beauly Priory built as a monastery in the 13th century. Only the external walls of the priory are still standing but it is set in a lovely garden full of graves dating back to the 16th century. Some of the oldest graves were inside the ruins. We found a pub which looked promising for dinner before finding our accommodation for the ...
We had a very strict agenda for the days before the ball, which mostly consisted of reeling practice. Reeling is the line-dance inspired jigs that they do at these balls, and it's all really great fun even if you have two left feet, which I do. About 25 of her family and friends were there, so it made for some really fantastic, awkward dancing. Friday night Emily's uncles even aided us in getting really drunk so we could see ...
... hear it. After we were done we went back to our b@b. Jeff and I had a wonderful day. Again thank you Julie and Ady for helping us celebrate our 10 year anniversary ! Gorgeous surroundings , great company, what can I say? Picture perfect day! Good night from a very tired and happy person :-) Oh and a thank you to my wonderful husband , happy Anniversary, you have made a dream of mine come true! Love you ...
... pain a little easier to bear for them.
Hazell, Greg, Claire, Nathanael and I went for a drive to do a bit of shopping in Inverness, while Chris, John and Benjamin went for a different kind of drive... on the golf course! One of Chris' passions, and after today, I think Benjamin might have developed a taste for it too!
Inverness is a small but vibrant metropolis... the highlight for Greg was the Mountain Warehouse, a cheap outdoor clothing store, ...
... tried to win back the crown from England, but was tragically defeated. It was really cold, but sort of enjoyable... I was all rugged up so enjoyed the smell of freshly cut grass on the wind - I felt like I was back at the Holes place about to play hide-and-seek before dinner... We walked about the battle field with Kyle and Mel for a bit. Mel knew lots about the battle - Kyle said she does lots of research into the history of places they're going. ...
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