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... fear can come along at any time. I remember the phrase, "Feel the fear and do it anyway, I locked the house up and said good bye to comfort and luxury for the time being.
Passing Newcastle airport gave me a sense of being guided down another path! This comforted me. Heading up the A68, I had a very strong familiar feeling. Within two hours, I was taking photographs of the border view point. Scotland would be my home for a ...
We spent the day in the airport at Stockholm thankful to be off the ship and spent 5 hours in the airport. Despite the internet cutting out and paying what equated to $35 for a sandwich and beer, I took some airplane tablets early so I could drive when we landed... So it was a pretty smooth wait :p and I think we're really really used to waiting several hours for things. We picked up the camper ...
... the Trump International Golf Links, north of Aberdeen. The sun shone, but the haar was still in evidence along the shoreline dunes. After elevenses, as we were thinking of leaving the club house, the golfer Justin Rose walked in! Further up the coast, we revisited a favourite haunt where the sticky toffee pudding was to die for. After a fine lunch (but without said dessert), a walk along the Ythan River to ...
... the blue and gave you something that would mean so much to you that you didn't know how to live without it? Something you would cherish forever because they are perfect, and they were given to you by your best friend?
Something that was so YOU.
Yes. I am indeed talking about Jarmy pants.
I, thanks to a gorgeous girl called Katie, now own my very own pair of jarmy pants. Not something most people would consider ...
... Some bloke was sitting on an old plot, swigging away from a 'tall brown' - by the look of his eyes and his massive gut, it wouldn't be long before he joined the souls he was now sitting on.
Walked out to the main 'resort' beach at Aberdeen - 'beautiful & bleak' is the kindest way I could describe it, with more emphasis on the bleak bit. Perhaps on a sunny day it would look ok, but today it didn't look too ...