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... the Virgin arrivals lounge for our second breakfast of the day and Mandy got a quick nail treatment, we then headed over to Terminal 2 where our last flight of the holiday was leaving from. The next couple of hours were spent having a look around, shopping and having our third breakfast of the day! Before long it was time to go home and the end to another great trip!
... the plane out. Of course by now the tractor has gone off to deal with other flights so we sit there stuck in a rut for about half an hour before we finally get off.
Kathleen as always seems to happen draws the short straw and has a Spanish woman behind her who is constantly banging against the back of Kathleen's seat. Eventually Kathleen asks the stewardess to ask the woman to stop which stops it go some extent at ...
From Amble we headed out on Saturday morning to Eyemouth. We squeezed into the narrow harbour alongside a huge dredger which was in to do its 3 yearly clearance of the harbour silt. Thankfully it wasn't working all night keeping us awake but we woke to its manoeuvring the next morning. Sunday we moved on up to Arbroath - good sail in reasonable conditions. There were several boats heading the ...
... seems lonely. After getting most of the house organized and cleaned we cooked a pasta dinner before church. Managed to talk to David and Pat (Sara's parents) who made it to London, before heading to church. At church we sang a number of wonderful songs, talked with several people before heading to McDonald's with the teens/young adults that did not go on the mission trip with the Sheets. ...
... I had to wade across one stream but otherwise it was very straightforward apart from a bit of a headwind. The only landmarks of note were the St Fergus gas terminal on my left and a lighthouse at Rattray Head on my right.
Two of the few people I saw all day were a father and his young son who I saw in the distance come on to the beach and sit down near the water's edge. As I approached I noticed something beside ...