We had a lovely time in an area that we don't know well, and the weather was brilliant. The day we drove down was wonderful blue skies and no cloud all the way and the scenery was stunning, especially driving through the Lead Hills. We stayed in a beautiful old Manor House, so comfortable and the food was so delicious. I'm afraid both of us have managed to put on a few pounds, well hubby has, thankfully I only gained one. So it's back on the waggon now we are back.
As I didn't take my tablet with me I wasn't able to keep up with your blogs, but I will try and get around you all over the next few days.
Thank you for all the lovely comments on my last card.
My card today is for the Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge 20;
Using the gorgeous Tulips stamp which was last February's AYOS stamp last year and a couple of the images from Swirly Pets in my background. Coloured with a selection of DI.
The colour swatch is fabulous, such hot spicy colours.
Now just before I go, here are some of photos of Friar's Carse Hotel, where we were staying;
This is leading down to the River Nith from the front of the Hotel
So, that's me back, having a bit of a rest today, it's a long drive and Alistair decided that he wanted to drive back along Loch Lomond, over the Rannoch Moore and through Glencoe, taking us to Ft. William and then along Loch Ness. It's all windy roads, which I hate and in to the bargain, it was not a good day weather wise as it was raining heavily. I spent most of the journey clutching the door handle and gasping in panic. I've stated in no uncertain terms that it's the last time I go that particular route. However, Alistair drove safely and we got home in one piece even although there were a few edgits on the road, who felt that they had to rush and overtake anyone in front of them.
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