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We’re going for a Walk: Our 2018 Adventure!
During the Summer, Tracey and I are planning to walk the West Highland Way which covers 96 miles from Milngavie to Fort William in Scotland. We have talked about walking the West Highland Way for years since we drove through some … Continue reading
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Don’t miss it!
A friend of mine posted on Facebook recently that they were eating Chinese and watching The 100. This new TV show is set 97 years after a nuclear war on the Earth. A decision is taken in an overcrowded space station to send … Continue reading