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(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)

Menootanabootagain - over to Edinburgh

Have dropped over to Edinburgh again, just till Tuesday. Mac1 is playing in a clarsach concert on Sunday, so wish to be supportive. Might drop in by the German market too. If I can find the energy... anyway, here are the remainder of the photographs from the visit of the relos last week.

Remember, you can click to biggify!

The macro shows the kind of frost we had. The hills were covered in white, but it may have been more this hoar frost than actual snow.
That was actual snow, on the Trossach tops...

Fun in the sun...

This fledgling had not received the memo about finding its own supper!

It was a grand day.


  1. Hey YaYa!!
    What grand photos and vistas and weather!! oh my word the mountaintops.
    Have a very nice visit to Edinburgh. Wish Mac1 a wonderful concert.
    We just returned from the vet. He was very very pleased with how the diva looks. Took blood results sometime tomorrow
    Hugs HiC

  2. PS meant to say how much we loved that last photo!!

  3. Sigh for the hills and sky. Lovely day.

  4. What a wonderful photo that last one is! It warmed our hearts!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. These are delightful!
    New furnace on Monday, till then, wood insert! Stuff happened! sigh.

  6. What beautiful and happy photos. I love the smile and the laugh in the last one!

  7. And just look at the smiles in that last photo!!! They must be contagious because they brought a smile to our faces too.

  8. mother nature is an artist... the leaf has a million of frost-diamonds now...

  9. Hello, I love the snow topped mountains. Gorgeous views. The tree hugger is cute, my hubby loves to do that. Great photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  10. Grand pictures; what rich colors!

  11. Love that frosty leaf. And that last photo is just pure joy!


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