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Just arrived back home after a trip to Scotland (pics)


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Posted by samn40 on January 19, 2014 at 16:06:19 from (86.132.185.76):

We here in Northern Ireland have a very close link with Scotland, Maybe closer than with England or the Republic of Ireland. We also had a lot of farmers sell up here about 15-20 years ago when our land prices were real high and land prices in Scotland were low. My Mother's youngest brother moved to Aberdeen, so this weekend I took my 79 year old 'Auld Maither'(as they say in Scotland!) over to see her kid brother.....Scottish architecture is great and the towns are real old and narrow!....This is high street in Dunblane.....



still cobbled in parts....



Don't look now if you are claustraphobic!......



The houses are built right down to the river....



The streets just keep getting narrower! Double yellow lines along the sides of the road mean no parking, when it is on both sides it means no parking at all, at all!



This is the countryside outside Dunblane on the way to Creiff......You can nearly always see a small mountain or hill all over Scotland....It really is beautiful scenery



And this is the main street through Creiff....



I bought a new memory card in Dunblane(Just because I forgot to take my other one out of my computer screen......Maybe that is why it is called a memory card, You are s'posed to remember it! DOHHHHHHH!)So over the next week or so I will take you lads and lassies on a scenic tour of Bonnie Scotland.

Sam


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