Sunday, December 03, 2006

Scotland Day One

A photo from my first day in Scotland. Taken in Edinburgh of the Scott Memorial along with Christmas carnival rides.


At 2:09 PM , Blogger SeeMyMarriage said...


Another country I must visit. Maybe I can convince my fiancee.... *grin*

Hope you're having a good time!

At 2:21 PM , Blogger Elliot Coale said...

Now that ::sigh:: is really gorgeous ::dreamy::

At 5:39 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is the same Sir Walter Scott who wrote the famous words
What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive

...words which might strike a chord with those of us who spent some time struggling in the closet.

Enjoy your time in Edinburgh ('Auld Reekie') - and that view from the station, over Princes Street and up to the Castle, is one of the best city views in Europe (in my opinion).

At 6:41 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to see you in Central Edinburgh Meeting today. You must have edited out the rain in the photo. Any chance of a short 500 word article for the South East Scotland Monthly meeting newsletter?

At 7:44 PM , Blogger Christine Bakke said...

Sweet. Glad you made it safely.

At 6:32 AM , Blogger Alex Resare said...

I want a memorial like that...

At 8:44 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcome back to the old country ! Hope you have a great time and get a chance to relax and re-charge your batteries for another year . Just somehting to raise a smile and remind of your travels in Wales as well :


At 10:56 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad you made it safely, and wish you the best of times :)

At 12:07 PM , Blogger Peterson Toscano said...

Thanks all. It has been surprisingly mild here with some rain, but not too much.

Jimbo, those words are powerful for the closeted.
IT is a lovely view. I prefer the mountains though.

elliot, you would love it here and you can buy a kilt!

love above all, yeah, if you like sheep, you will love Scotland. Oh, and I saw loads of piglets today. thanks to global warming they are giving birth earlier in the season.

alastair, it was great being in meeting for worship, although having had arrived at 7:00 that same morning, I was very DEEP in the spirit. Article, gee and here I came to get AWAY from work. We'll talk; I'll e-mail you. I am keen to hear more about this party at your place.

alex, I will construct one for you out of dark chocolate!

christine, nice chatting with you before I left. you were the last american I spoke with on US soil.

trevor, thanks! but I couldn't get the video to work :-(

anna hp, we are so close to each other now!!! Both countries start with S and are part of the EU. How cool is that!

At 12:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very cool indeed. I´ll go to the coast and wave really big, and maybe, just maybe, you´ll see me.

Oh and just so you know, there are more then one way to be close to someone :)

At 10:03 PM , Blogger Christine Bakke said...

So I was the last American you chatted with and I babbled inanely for several minutes? Oh well, probably just made you happier to escape the good old U.S. ;) Glad you're having a good time. Remember to rest and recharge, eh.

At 2:11 PM , Blogger Scott Chen in a Handbag said...

Hey Peterson! Its stephen from shelby. I am so 'J' I want to visit europe so bad.


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