Scotch Mist

We arrived in Scotland today. It was a little misty…


but beauty can still be found.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

53 thoughts on “Scotch Mist”

        1. You were right 🙂 Had a lovely day – walked our socks off and now I am lying on the bed with the feet up and enjoying a glass of red wine!

  1. It is odd, but I always felt that Scotland was part of England. It is not, but at the same time I am puzzled that Scotland wants to stay in the EU, while Brexit happened in the UK.
    But, you photo is so lovely and overcomes all political shenanigans.

    1. I can’t see how Scotland can really support itself, but hey ho.. it is a lovely part of the UK and after a week of the flatness of the east I am looking forward to seeing some mountains next week! That is if the weather permits 🙂

    1. But you are still having good weather I believe. It has been rather foggy oop north over the last couple of days. What a contrast! Sweating madly in Durham on Tuesday – then 10 degrees less in Alnwick on Wednesday!

      1. It was over 30 again here today, Jude. To be honest, the last few days have been uncomfortable in the evenings and nights, with it not dropping below 21. The forecast is for rain tomorrow, with a top temperature of 19. I expect I will be complaining about the weather again by the weekend…

    1. Restless blogger is lovely – we had a great day and now my feet are suffering! Sending you refrains of a bagpipe and the smell of haggis in a whisky sauce … 🙂

    1. We went up the east coast Carol, which was lovely and hot and sunny until Northumberland on Wednesday! Good luck in the Lakes – there is a reason it is called that 🙂

      1. That route would be delightful. We arrived in the Lakes this morning after a short drive from Manchester. It was overcast and gloomy there but here the day has been beautiful and sunny, although the temperature was a little cool for us.

    1. I have been drawn to the droplets on the flowers this week – hard not to be! And whenever I see one in decay I instantly think of you 🙂 Jo and I had a fab day – nattering and walking our socks off!

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