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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Sunny Scotland

Arrived safely, but completely knackered.
27° C in Edinburgh.

Not natural.


For some reason, blogger won't let me add any replies to comments, but I'll keep trying.

28 comments:

  1. I guess she is disporting herself on Edinburgh's famous yacht marina...

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    1. Could well be. It was bloody hot there for most of the week. Sorry about the delay in answering. Blogger will allow me to make a new post, but I'm having a struggle to reply to comments.

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  2. She's dressed in black. Maybe she's a nun.

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    1. "Get thee to a nunnery!"

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    2. If she's a nun, then maybe there is something to this Christianity rubbish.

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    3. Exile on Pain Street; Just stop i now, we get enough god-bothering from Robert.

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    4. That was from Hamlet. In those days nunnerys were hore houses. Hamlet sent his mother to one for having it off with an uncle. So I was told by Luke.

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  3. Good to see you safely there. Did you fly economy?

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    1. Thanks Richard, no we flew Business Class with Singapore Airlines. Quite nice really. Still working?

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    2. Yep, back at NLHS today. We're flying premium economy on Singapore Airlines.

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    3. I'm off to Melbourne next weekend. I've booked the cheapest special available on Air NZ Economy. I expect that they'll package me up in a box and stow me in the hold.

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    4. TC, at least Melbourne is only 4 hous away.
      I do hope the box isn't too small.

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  4. Mild weather compared to our's .... we're in the mid 90s with humidity (approaching a 35 degree Celsius) around here. Thunder storms, etc, etc, etc ... I'm a Scandinavian... bring on the cool Mid Summer and I'll be happy. Get me the F out of NYC

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    1. 35C? That's getting a bit warm. I do enjoy the Singapore climate though, even with the high humidity. I've been told that NYC is too hot in summer, and too cold in winter. Mybe you and Exile on Pain Street can get together.

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  5. Now to drag my eyes away from Iskra Lawrence (not easy) it's nice to see an image of an attractive young woman who doesn't aspire to be a stick insect and who is comfortable with the way that her (very attractive) body looks.

    Pity that she's a nun.

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    1. She is very easy on the eye, with something to cuddle into.


      She's a nun?

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  7. That's nice but I'd have thought your blog was more crusty than crispy.

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    1. I agree, crusty with just a touch of grumpy.

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  8. Tis splendid here at the moment. At last, global warming hits Scotland. Have a grand time!

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    1. Thanks looby, I am having a great time. No on my 5th week. I think we had rain for 3 days during that period, and very warm temperatures.

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    1. Hiya Mildred,long time no hear/read whatever.
      For the UK it is very hot and dry, and Scotland especially unusual, with little rain and warm temps.

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    2. Yikes! We all need to stay, high, dry and cool...very cool! For the life of me I can't understand why anyone chose to live in the Deep South before air conditioning was invented. What a mosquito-ridden, snake infested, alligator-laden swamp it must have been.

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