Days Inn Lockerbie Annandale Water
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... temperatures and high winds. The beach was beautiful, and you could see mountains off in the distance. Right next to the beach was the world-famous golf course.
There is something I love about a road trip. We drove through the countryside of Scotland singing, pointing out beautiful landscapes, and being goofy. Kate was kind enough to stop alongside the road and let me get shots with my camera.
Once we got back, I ...
... on redirection.
What many people aren't aware of, is the fact that Ninjutsu involves both unarmed and armed fighting skills, along with philosophy, strategy, and history. There are a few dojo's that offer the art, many of them being quite comprehensive with the way they teach.
During combat, Ninjutsu focuses on distance, posture, and flow. Stylists are taught to react to every movement, and respond in ways that will place them ...
Ever since Kellie and I have been together we have talked about travelling around the world. Initially this just seemed like idle chatter, a pipe-dream that would never come to pass. Now, as I sit, 5 days from embarking on the trip of life time, it's clear that the dream has become a reality. A number of things have changed since we first started talking about travelling: we're now married and ...
... Lake for its breathtaking views, or Derwentwater where you can engage in boating and water sports. There are trails where you can hike, gardens where you can take romantic strolls, and the homes of our famous poets that you can tour to get a glimpse of where and how they lived in days gone by. Art galleries abound, wonderful restaurants offer tasty cuisine, and secluded lakes offer picnic opportunities for those ...
... shop which I hoped would see me through for a while.
OK now let's head for Lockerbie and pick up the old A74 which in places is deserted and has proper cycle paths (hmm more of that later).
Found the old A74 and stuck to that, although it was called other things as it ran along pretty much parallel with the new kid on the block, the M74. I was tempted twice to get onto the motorway as it seemed just to be daring me to by not having clear enough signs. ...