Menoffagainorrhea [me-noff-again-or-rhea]; the condition of the endless traveller

Oh dear, yes I'm afraid I am at it again.  Had cause to make a journey East to Edinburgh. Nothing major, if truth be told, but had been putting it off since I got to Dunoon.  Until I get used to the West, where in Glasgow I can go for the items of Indian groceries that I require, it made sense simply to make the extra hour of journey, to territory well-known and with the added benefit of visiting the father, Mac1 and The Maestro (of whom we are all proud.  I did a search on her just now and found an Edinburgh blogger who took some photos and wrote a short piece on The Maestro.  You may like to see it...)  

Meanwhile, the journey from door to door, via foot, ferry, train and bus is about three hours.  Once here I ran around the place doing the shopping.  Now can spend time with the family.  

But look!! It's time to post already.  Forgive the brevity.  Again.


6 comments:

  1. 3 hours is a long time to get anywhere.
    Merle..........

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  2. Merle is right; three hours is the better part of a morning or afternoon. But no cats or dogs expecting you to fill the dish, so visiting and browsing is just fine.

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  3. Three hours is what it takes us to drive to Calgary. Not considered a long drive here in Canada, but a lot of hopping on and off ferries, trains and buses, not to mention the on-foot part.
    Now to click on "you may like to see it" to see if I like to see it or not. :)
    Luv, K

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  4. Oh, I love Amy's red-gold hair and freckles, and I enjoyed Spanish Jollity very, very much.
    I have one friend who is blind, and one who has scoliosis. The two together is two too many.
    Luv, K

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  5. Sometimes its just easier to take a little more time to shop where you are comfortable. Being able to visit family at the same time is a nice bonus.

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  6. Hari OM
    Thanks to all my commenters once again - I am still not in a stable enough position to keep up with individual replies, but with each passing day...

    Kay - sadly Amy has so much more than the two conditions mentioned; but she is a musical prodigy and constantly astounds!!

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