Thank you guys so much for joining me on this magical journey. I realized, as I was reading it over, that I did very little to truly describe what I saw and what I did. I do believe that there are absolutely no words. NONE – that will ever be able to share how gorgeousContinue reading “Finale: Sing Me A Song”
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Billow and breeze, islands and seas Mountains of rain and sun
Saturday morning we woke up to a little less wind, but a whole lotta snowy conditions. Nothing was really sticking, but it came down fairly fast and right into the eyes. It was our last full day in the Isle of Skye. We decided to stop by a convenient store and purchase some breakfast. IContinue reading “Billow and breeze, islands and seas Mountains of rain and sun”
Over The Sea To Skye
We woke up on Friday morning to the beginning of blizzard-like conditions. A little nervous about our one and a half hour drive to the Isle of Skye with icy roads, we decided to just buck up and make it happen. It was bittersweet to leave Inverness. We sort of fell in love with theContinue reading “Over The Sea To Skye”
When the night came, silently lay Dead on Culloden’s field.
Our time in Inverness was coming to a close and it was time to get ready to head to the Isle of Skye, just like the Bonnie Prince Charlie did hundreds of years ago.
Mountains of Rain and Sun
The quote above should have been our mantra. Expect nothing. Appreciate everything.
Sing Me A Song Of A Lass That Is Gone..
I’ve been missing for about nine days or so – off to the land of Haggis, Sheep, Tartans, and Highlanders: Scotland.
Sleigh Bells Ring, Are You Ready To Listen?
I am coming off a 14-hour work day. One of my favorites of the year – Christmas Open House in Downtown Americus. It took a couple of years to adjust to the fact that 1. Christmas Open House takes place the Thursday BEFORE Thanksgiving….
Pass the Cranberries and Haggis
Ho! Ho! Ho! and pass the cranberry sauce and haggis.
Is This Thing On?
So stand by, strap in, and let’s try Destination Unknown – 3.0.