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

As Mac1 and I headed for a mid-arvo lunch, we passed by the Discovery Point, home of great ship of that name. Managed to squeeze off a shot to prove I was there!






















































We headed to the Bridge Bistro; at the North end of the great railway crossing.  Above, you see the sweeping curve. The bistro has window walls so the best of the view can be taken in.




















































































An old carriage outside serves as the fast-food outlet for the bistro...and has interesting effects!

We ate an astoundingly good meal, simple but perfectly prepared. We lingered over it.

We drank cinnamon tea after.

We watched the sun set.

We talked the world and the small things in it.

Then came time to collect the Maestro from Uni and it was straight down the road again to Edinburgh. The New Bridge from the North approach... and a little detour for an old favourite.

















































...imagine how it would have looked if I'd had a tripod. The old hand is not as steady as it once was.


8 comments:

  1. Mum's going, "I remember that!"
    She's a very happy bunny tonight
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. We love those photos! BTW, we never did make it through on the link you sent this morning. It wanted out email & the password.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  3. Gorgeous photos today, Yam!

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  4. Oh that was like sitting in a time machine... what a wonderful place....I will bug my dad now that we will do it once and I can sit there with a tea while remembering your post :o)
    easy rider

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  5. I love watching the biathlon which is a sport that heavily depends on being able to stand still. The thing I have learned from that is that I will take a breath, breathe out and then I will take a photo. The photos come out surprisingly well!

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  6. What beauty you found in a like a lovely day!

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  7. These are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your trip with us!!! xx

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