Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Haggis, tatties, neeps and trifle

Things are a little quite these days as we continue to decorate the first past of our house and the builders work away on the second phase. Winter creates it's own rythm here, but the days are getting longer and the countryside looks so beautiful wrapped in snow. (Just in case you don't know - tatties are potatoes and neeps are turnips - standard fare here).

View of the Living Room in progress
Upstairs passage with Main Bedroom ahead
View of Ben Rinnes from our road 
Dogs love the snow!

Two views of the 18th Century Fiddichside Inn, close to us, alongside the Fiddich river just before the river joins the Spey. The upper picture was taken in Autumn
Morayshire landscape in Winter
Aberdeenshire Landscape in Winter
Loch Insh looking toward the Cairngorm mountains
Loch Alvie near Grantown upon Spey
Aberdeen - the granite City
Marischal College - now offices in Aberdeen
Aberdeen harbour impinges into the centre of the City (like Cape Town)
Union Street, Aberdeen
Something quite different - Findhorn Bay on the North East coast which boasts an Eco Village, hippies and people with an alternative way of life - much loved for seaside holidays

Take care!

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