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The River Tarff

The end of our walk from Tongland Bridge to the Lower Bridge of Tarff, and turning round we had this view along the Tarff towards Kirkcudbright (Ker-coo-bree) as a heavy shower dowsed our home town.

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Harbour Twilight

A still afternoon at the harbour from last winter time when the light was falling, and the fishing fleet was tied up for the holiday.

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Sky - Bus

We were in Dublin last week and I actually took a bus ride into the city from the coast at Sandymount where we were staying. The return journey wasn’t so straightforward because the pickup point was in another part of town altogether! 23 more words

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Scaffold & Sunset

Routine repairs to our bridge over the Dee meant that a platform had to be constructed underneath the roadway. This is the eastern, town end, of the bridge taken as the sun went down on the calm waters of high tide.

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Lancashire and the ride to Scotland

The ferry ride from Douglas to Heysham was a bit bumpy. We ended up a couple of hours late as the ferry in front of us at Heysham couldn’t dock. 549 more words

Claire’s Blog

This week saw the beginning of the final intense rehearsals before our ‘World Premiere’ of Macmath: The Silent Page at the end of May. The first two days saw a return to Wallaceton Village Hall where we set about playing through the songs, finalizing the arrangements and structuring the set that we will perform. 502 more words