A BIT OF THE LOCAL COUNTRYSIDE
My week in Scotland has been very busy. Last weekend was spent driving from my mum’s to my sister’s, to train stations in Stirling and Edinburgh to pick family members up, to a lovely restaurant for my mum’s birthday meal, dropping Mr I back at the station to return to London, dropping Idaughter off at her accommodation for the start of her working week with the ballet in Glasgow… By Monday night we were back at my mum’s and ready for a rest!
The remainder of the week was slightly more relaxed as I helped my mum with a few jobs that she would have found hard to complete on her own, and took her out for shopping and for coffee/lunch. Yesterday, when the weather was lovely for part of the day, we went for a drive in the hills where she lives, and where I grew up, – just to admire the views and the countryside. I took a few photos which give a bit of an idea of the area. It’s looking a bit bleak and windswept at this time of year, but when the sun shines (which it does do occasionally!) it looks great.
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