The above quote is from Hobbit-scribbler JRR Tolkien, and it’s one of my favourites.
It seems particularly apt for today because over the past three weeks I’ve done a lot of wandering (Scotland, England, Ireland, Canada).
Rather than bore you with the details, here’s a photo diary of the trip. It’s memories like these that’ll keep me going until the next va-cay.
Here’s Loch Lomond (where I picked up three ticks!):
And here’s a Scottish bee, investigating some bluebells:
And the heartwrenching soldiers’ dogs cemetery in the grounds:
The view from Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland:
Downings Bay, Donegal which was cold, but sunny:
And a ship, loading up at the harbour in the early morning:
Last leg of my trip – an Ontario park (I believe that’s Lake Sturgeon in the background):
A bridge over the Scugog River (hands down the best name for a river in my opinion):
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