Maryculter House Hotel
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... br> speaking of, when I got back, they let me have a snack (kind of) before we took off for a quickie walk (felt guilty about leaving them) and a play session in the yard. i think we'll hit up the north side this evening barring these nasty looking clouds don't let loose.
do you know what I find disturbing? noting a pile this morning to pick up later and it's no longer there when I come back with the shovel. which run and tug had the snack?
... around it's not even mine.
I thought I lost a cat yesterday. I saw the one stalk off on a little adventure late afternoon and by that time today, was having a mini panic attack when I had yet to confirm seeing him come back. imagine the elation when the living room revealed TWO cats curled up having a nap. I highly suspect that he was around the whole time/ had previously seen him walking around the house but the ability to discern ...
... Footdee area near the mouth of the river where fisherman once had a settlement. The 850 year old lighthouse from 1150AD was spectacular. Nev's cold was bad so we went to a medical centre and then the A and E department of the hospital to get him checked out. It was busy due to a local holiday so he had to make an appointment for 9.40 pm. We had tea with Roly and Joyce and talked sociology with Joyce as Roly went to his computer LINUX nerds ...
Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to Sara! Happy Birthday to you! Happy 26th Birthday dear! Today we slept in relaxed before heading to Aberdeen. We went shopping and Sara picked up a dress and a few headbands. We then went to the movies and saw magnificent. It was a pretty exciting and enjoyable movie. Then ate a quick dinner before heading home to relax. Today was an enjoyable, relaxing day with the birthday ...
... 3 floors and at the very top was the view over the famous battle of Stirling Bridge in 1190?? It was all pretty impressive, as was the wind at the top.
The city of Stirling and the castle looked really nice from that short distance so we headed there next. I liked Stirling more than Edinburgh - it has wide streets, attractive stone buildings and houses, a great shopping area and is very walk-able. We wandered up to Stirling ...
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