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... only ever job and decided to do exactly what's I've dreamt of since I was about 16 years old. The only difference is I'm a little older, uglier and hairier now. Walking through departures before even leaving and we are interrogated from the police, I guess a skinhead and a skinny lad in trackies must look slightly dodgey. I thought they'd be used to that in Glasgow. So here goes, the journey of a lifetime. Fulfilling ambitions and following a dream.... Stop 1 ...
... of water and deer fences all round the station - it was hard to know
what to look at as there was so much.
Train passed a loch which seemed to be about 10m down in level, there was one section where an excavator was doing a bit of work on the side of the rails and what looked like a train carriage at a very unhealthy angle between the train lines and the loch - best not to investigate it too much till we've finished all of ...
... since we’ve had children, hmmm time to go back to it now as youngest is 19. All I'd say in terms of a neutral observation is that the team work between front of house and kitchen needed a bit of tightening up as my toastie was overlooked. Indeed I'm sure I spotted the chef eyeing me up thinking 'hmmm there must be a reason why that Sassenach hasn't started on his scoone yet?’ – Bingo! Toastie is hurriedly but deliciously prepared and delivered to ...
... this is first place where I have found trees that are in leaf! They are bright green! I saw these trees at the entrance to Glen Lyon, and I included a pic. Many trees in this area are just getting their leaves and are bright green. Its so great to see! I saw a bunch today too. I am much further south right now than I have been most of my trip. I have never been so happy to see leaves on the trees before. They are bright lime green too since they are new! Its awesome!
... a pub/bistro and Rachel grabbed a hundred sneaky sauce packets from the pub/bistro till it was time to meet our train. Always a sad time when we have to go our separate ways, bit ****** when your old fella lives to so far away and seeing him whenever you want isnt really an option so do not take the time we do get to spend together for granted, always great. So after a few hugs and quiet whispers from old teary face we boarded the train for our next adventure.
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