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Summer Chaos

The pandemic races onwards, picking up a head of steam like a hurricane. The numbers here in Canada are low compared to some worldwide but they are climbing here so quickly. This is an incredibly worrisome trend. Although the lockdown has been lifted worldwide we all need to limit our movements and keep our bubbles small. I can tell you that there is a lot of it I just don’t get it. Unfortunately I know that I’m blogging to those who feel the same so it’s not going to change anything but I still have to say it. Stay home.

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Quick Step by the #’s

There were 3 Distilleries

Balanced by 2 Castles

Plus 1 Cooperage

There was a graveyard to walk

There were endless windy country roads

There was lunch in the village square

There was 1 stone circle

There was 1 Co-op store

There was 1 Railway Station

But oh what a station it was

There was a mountain road

There was a ski hill

There was the sunset

But oh what a sunset it was

Bernie

It’s late // there is more to the story but that’s it for tonight. Have to go do our Scotch notes.

B

Note to self

  • Chat with elderly lady in cemetery (( done due to insomnia))
  • Background on train station
  • The ski hill
  • Co-op store reference
  • Balmoral Castle
  • Pheasants
  • GDP of Scotland
  • Crop rotation and heather flowering