Wednesday, 6 May 2009

More of Scotland

This is the roof line at the town hall in Inverurie.
In the UK and Europe there are clock towers everywhere....looking up is something I am always doing...the roof lines in towns are unreal.
This is Stonehaven harbour. The North Sea gets really wild and on a blustery day it makes you think of the poor fishermen out there.
This is a photo overlooking part of Stonehaven. I love all of the old buildings. I wonder what the builders of yesteryear would think when they see the buildings that aren't made to last now?????
This is a restaurant in Montrose. Talk about homesick. I found out that an American and a girl from Montrose met in Australia and got married and set up this restaurant....and the menu...American food???
I love this railway bridge. It is near Montrose. When you come around the bend in the road it is there...I knew this I had the camera ready.

There were a couple of people out on the beach drawing pics...Pete snapped this of the flag.

Yesterday was our 19th was a mixed bag of emotions let me tell was it a great Had a great chat with Jennifer the day ended up nice. Thanks Jen.

Okay...back to the photos...Last week Pete and I treked down to Montrose. Probably and hour and a half away. I am telling you...thrift shops...they were like boutiques..I think we saw 6 of the..and the village was only smallish.

We also went to Stonehaven for lunch. The Bervie Chipper has the BEST fish and chips!!! We drive an hour just to have them normally. Worth the drive too.

On Sunday we went to the car boot sale at Thainstone and I got some great bargains.

I hope you enjoy the pics of last week.


tintocktap said...

It must be wonderful to be able to tour around like this - I'm very jealous! I have ancestors from both Stonehaven and Montrose but it is years since I've been in that area. Now that I think about it, I don't remember ever going to Montrose!

Robby said...

Come up and tour around with me. xxxRobby

Donna said...

I always love to see pics of your countryside! And happy anniversary!

Tina said...

Wonderful pictures!! thanks for taking us on a tour with you and hunkyPete..

Colleen said...

Love your tours! Hope to come to Scotland some day. Will you be my tour guide when I do???

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

as always you deliver the goods!! I love where you is the buildings and the history behind them...sounds like you had a wonderful anniversary...can't wait to see what you found in those TS...:)

Robby said...

Thanks girls....I will go and take photos of the city next week...Pete (he is hunky!!!) is off work on Fri, Sat, Sun and we will be out and about.

Colleen I will be your tour guide....we will squeeze you in too.

Oh gotta take pics of the TS stuff.


I Play Outside The Box said...

What a beautiful area!

WoolenSails said...

Absolutely gorgeous and you do such beautiful photography.
Really makes me want to go there.


Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...


As I was blog hopping... I found your site...and look where I Scotland.. the land of some of my ancestors before they had to move to Ireland..
I love the photo by the sea...looks like the tide is way out !

Karen said...

Robby these are just beautiful lucky you are to be living in such a wonderful home.

Bren said...

Ohhhhhhhh, Thanks so much for sharing more of your pics!!! I love them, such beautiful country, I definately have to put it on my list of places I want to go! And Happy belated Anniversary!! We just had ours last month, but a few more years, lol.
Happy Mothers Day to you!
Hugs, Bren

Anonymous said...

I just love the pictures you post on this blog. I have never been to Scotland, but really want to make a trip before I get too old to. Your pictures as totally amazing, and I can only imagine how wonderful living in a place like Scotland can be. Take care.