We arrived back from our summer hols on Monday, school started again on Wednesday, and I am only just catching up. I have one piece of creativity to report. Terrible picture but you get the idea. If you are having deja vus this is indeed another robot quilt for one of my nephews who was very envious of the one I made his brother. As a loving auntie I obviously had to oblige.
and views like this outdoors:
We climbed Arthur's Seat for a view of Holyrood House and the Firth of Forth,
and spent a week in this - first camping trip with children, and a great success largely due to fantastic weather and to camping next door to my in-laws, including my brother-in-law the professional chef!
Back to reality with a bump now. What about you? If you are a Slow Blogger feel free to link up a post of creativity or other distractions!
Welcome back! Your holiday views look amazing!ReplyDelete
'Tis lovely to have you back! I could 'almost' enjoy camping if I had a chef staying in the tent next door! Gorgeous countryside....gorgeous view from the window. Another lovely robot quilt....'tis a lovely aunt that you are!ReplyDelete
We had our first "camping" trip with children this year. It was all good, we went hiking and cooked over a fire, had visits from wild animals... but the weather was very cold, and we only have one sleeping bag and I forgot to bring our doonas, so we made it until about 10pm before we decided to go to a motel room (with a nice warm shower and comfy bed :D) and returned to camp early the next morning to cook our breakfast. Does that still count as camping?ReplyDelete
Looks amazing! Welcome back.ReplyDelete
I LOVE your pictures xx Back to "real" life is always a shock isn't it xxReplyDelete
Ohh looks like you had a great time away ... haha is it really camping if there is a decent shower in walking distance? if you don't have to dig drainge canals to let the water flow aroudn your tent? if you don't have to get out the extra "ankers" and storm lines for the tent? if there are no ice flowers on your sleeping bag in the morning? And is it really camping if you don't eat canned Ravioli or have to decide between cold pasta with hot sauce or cold sauce with hot pasta - but get to eat the chef's special?ReplyDelete
Looks like a nice holiday!ReplyDelete
Fabulous views. I really must visit Scotland soon. No camping for me though!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, breathtaking scenery!ReplyDelete
happy special birthday, 21? Your tent looks very space age - I am sure the children had a great time. I can't believe they are back to school already. We were in Glasgow for the Games and had a great time, no camping involved though for us.ReplyDelete
Wow ... such fabulous scenery ... thx for this lovely glimpse of Scotland.ReplyDelete
Oh my, what stunning scenery! I'm not sure you could have gotten me to leave :) Don't you just love when you have to make a second one of something because there is some envy going on :) The quilt is so worthy of being duplicated :) So glad you have a wonderful breakReplyDelete
Welcome back! It looks like you had a great time. Those views are breathtaking.ReplyDelete
Ooh that looks wondrous! A luxury stay with such views and what looks to be glamping so glad the weather obliged and you'll all be keen for many more marvellous trips-LLOOOve camping!ReplyDelete
Welcome back, Catherine! What a great place to get away to! The views outdoors and the one from the window are fantastic! Love the photo of the tent, it looks like a spaceship. :-)ReplyDelete
Looks like you had a glorious time, and beautiful blue skies to boot!ReplyDelete
yay! Welcome back and glad you had a nice holiday :-)ReplyDelete
It looks like you had a wonderful summer! I've gone so slow this month I even missed the slow bloggers party :( Hopefully I'll get back to blogland more regularly in September.ReplyDelete