Longforgan Coaching Inn
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... have lost. Nothing about a grand
vision for a forward looking Scotland. Nope, it’s all about Social Justice, handouts,
freebees and how they can get control of tax raising tools. If I hear one more
Scottish accent going on about Social Justice (aka We Love a Nanny State) I’m cannot
be held responsible for my actions. Just like in Canada, generally a bunch of
whiney tossers but maybe that’s just my natural bias leaking out. The other
... one about, it seems that Dundee is still asleep too? Our first stop is at Dundee Law, the basalt 'plug' of an extinct volcano. It is the highest point in the city at over 570 foot and is supposed to give stunning views over the city and the Tay. It does not disappoint. The approach road takes us through an area with a very strange feel...old cobble streets lined with 1950s council houses and flats. A bizarre meeting of two different different worlds. And talking of different worlds, ...
... evening was a brilliant confirmation of our friendship though.
Fortunately, we met up the next day as well so we weren't left on some fantasy like evening that brought things back down to reality.
Now as of a couple of weeks ago I'm single. For the past three years before that I had more or less always been in a relationship or sharing something meaningful with someone. Until recently I had never though the whole getting ...
... for a drink. Spent a delightful couple of hours with Stu and Liz and their son Rob (who has just finished uni at Durham and moved home to get a job) over a bottle of read a bottle of Champers , then Liz phoned a restaurant about 3 minutes away and we wandered out for dinner. Temperature a balmy 12 degrees and not raining. I have no doubt this will change tomorrow but for today......make hay.......
We are going to dinner with ...
... and Kip (the dog) and Sue had fish and chips pretty much already on plates for us - my first ever fish in chips in UK!! God they were amazing, and I will never stop putting vinegar on my fish and chips from now on. Yummmmmm.... It was pretty late already, so after Sue had shown me up to my lovely little snug in the attic above the lounge room, we all pretty much headed to bed as it was gona be a big day tomorrow!
The next day consisted mostly of ...