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... were puddles of ice And frost crunching grass Sliding and slipping Walking tractor track paths We spent most our days By the fires just stoking Took turns in the tub For relaxing and soaking Our dinner did last us Roast gravy reheats The wood burning stove Was each meal's eats Karen Where's Wally'd And Ben read his book I pottered round In the wee Bothy nook Scattergories kept us ...
We are staying in Dufftown, Banffshire. The town is between Mortlach and Craighellachie.
There is certainly a Canadian connection. Sir Mount Stephen was born here. He was one of the Scots who funded the CPR giving names to towns across Canada. They were either homesick Scots or didin't have any imagination! ....Interesting facts, Mortlach here is twinned ...
... luggage and plenty of tissues.
We've dyed Jessie's hair pink and made sure we've got loads to do on the 11 hour flight in case we don't have seat back entertainment!
We've planned and we've planned - we're staying in Japanese ryokans and western style hotels, we're renting a traditional house in Kyoto and a modern flat in a skyscraper ...
... but thankfully restoration work is now ongoing.
Given that this started over 100 years back, it is moving at a somewhat
pedestrian pace. Master of understatement am I.
Despite all of this history in Elgin the
piece of Elgin fabric I am seeking has a more current feel to it. In the whole
scheme of things, 111 years is beyond living memory status but still fairly
recent. That is how long the noble Elgin City FC has been chasing the ball in
... to perfection and Ramo reported that Paul’s shed was amazing … organized and clean! We shared dinner at a fine restaurant …. black pudding, haggis and salmon followed by Knickerbocker desserts. Jim drove us up every country lane in Nor-east Scotland and we met Isobel and Maitland, Mary, Tommy and lots of Marg’s cousins. Brugh Sweeties, a fantastic pie with a cup of tea and lunch at the Fishermen’s ...