Feb 10, 2021• by BecandPip
Hills, Show and Soft Furnishings
The thing about being women of a certain age is that we can get a little bit tired. Pip and I have been back at work for two weeks now and we've both had the busiest January ever. This, coupled...
Feb 8, 2021• by BecandPip
Fire Pits and Maps
"Let's have a winter BBQ!" announced Ever Patient Husband one dark evening last autumn.
"Hmmm." I replied, hoping he would forget all about it and we could all move on.
Sadly, this was not to be...
Dec 28, 2020• by BecandPip
Head Torches are for Wimps!
I like walking in the dark. I love the dark. I find it comforting and peaceful. This is the opposite to what most people feel about the dark. I love nothing more than turning off all the lights in...
Nov 8, 2020• by BecandPip
The Hills Are Alive with The Sound of Whinging!
“I'm going to re-virginate.” Announced Pip, as we drove from one car park to another in order to find the type of weather she was happy to walk up a hill in. It seems that rain and wind...
Nov 1, 2020• by travellingwithmynikon
Visiting Historical Towns South of Edinburgh
If you're based in Edinburgh, you could spend a day driving south and visiting the historical towns of Jedburgh, Melrose and Roslin.
Robert the Bruce and Mary, Queen of Scots, feature here in...
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