Thursday, November 25, 2021

Travels

On Saturday we went walking. My sore leg hurt but it's amazing how this doesn't matter too much when you're tramping through lovely countryside with lovely friends. And after 5 miles, it didn't hurt appreciably more than it does pottering round the house, which is good. 

 

On Sunday we took the Edinburgh Two up to see the Angus Two. They are adorable. 

Here are Biggest and Medium Granddaughters, crafting on the floor. Though they don't see each other  often, they get on very well. 

Here are the three oldest ones walking up the hill. Little Grandson was there too, but he was holding his daddy's hand. 

Son decided to climb a tree, causing his mother some anxiety. 

Home again, I picked a little bunch of flowers from the garden. We've had very mild weather with no frost but I think it's due to get colder. 

On Saturday I'm going down to London to visit Daughter 2 and her husband and little one. I'm looking forward to it, but hope that I don't sit beside someone Covidy on the train. In Scotland we have to wear masks on public transport, but once we cross the border, the masks could come off. Hmm. Fingers crosssed!

 

5 comments:

  1. Walking in beautiful scenery is such a treat. I like your Scotland mask rules. How are your Covid numbers? Wonderful to spend time with family. I'll be happy to have both daughters home for Christmas. Yay!

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  2. Lovely to see family.
    Keep on wearing your masks..soon enough England will realise that Scotland and Wales have it right!

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  3. Keeping everything crossed that you’ll be able to get there, that the storm will have passed through! Keep your mask on though. I’m currently suffering from Covid, but my husband who is three jabbed isn’t! I work in a primary school, so I’m not altogether surprised, but I was hoping to get my third one in at the start of December! I just feel like I have a bad cold, thankfully. Safe travels x

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  4. Keeping everything crossed that you’ll be able to get there, that the storm will have passed through! Keep your mask on though. I’m currently suffering from Covid, but my husband who is three jabbed isn’t! I work in a primary school, so I’m not altogether surprised, but I was hoping to get my third one in at the start of December! I just feel like I have a bad cold, thankfully. Safe travels x

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  5. Oh dear, sympathy, Penelope P. Currently all trains are cancelled and Nicola is saying DO NOT TRAVEL so.... Gah.

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