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My river, my beach...

… I know technically it isn’t mine but I don’t care! I love this place! Since moving here last year it’s the place I come to when I’m happy, when I’m stressed, when I’m needing energy, when I’m sad, when I want to think. 100 more words

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Travelling on my Doorstep

Since being away I guess I have this eager, itch to get out the house and do something exciting, fun, or interesting. Maybe its me trying to recreate Canada, but whatever it is I seem to be exploring and seeing a lot more of the UK already. 268 more words


Tay Bridge

Friday 26th June 2015, 2.25pm (day 1,401)

And so home again, a 7-hour train journey from Aberdeen to Hebden Bridge. My second return trip up the east coast of Scotland in the last few weeks, so a chance to revisit a theme hit not so long ago, … 30 more words

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Kinnaird Estate - A Luxe B&B in the Scottish Highlands

Staring out of the dining room window as dusk began to settle, my observation of Ben-y-Vraike mountain began to take on a mystical experience. As night descended, so did the clouds. 475 more words


Easter 2015

What a beautiful day it’s been today – ideal for photos. The result is that there were too many photos to choose from for Silent Sunday, so here are some of the others that I took! 9 more words

Busy Living

Geese landing by the Tay

I was standing by the Tay at Kingoodie (just a mile or so upriver of Dundee) watching the gulls and wading birds, and then along came a flock of very noisy geese. 64 more words



This poem is not about William McGonagall but it was partly inspired by his best line (I think) about the ‘silvery Tay’ and is set by the river where I saw these three guys one day. 73 more words