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Monday, 16 August 2010


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Jacky S

Sounds like a wonderfully peaceful weekend.....and some gorgeous photos taken.

Julie Kirk

How wonderful Alexa. Sounds like you've chilled out, topped-up and drifted away in the most beautiful of places. x


Beautiful photos and a perfect weekend for you. You deserve it after the chaotic building work. Wishing you a peaceful week to enjoy some scrapping :)


LOL looks like you had a lovely time ;)


What beautiful photos - i could feel my shoulders relaxing just looking at them. It's good to hear that you had a peaceful, calming weekend. Here's to the week ahead!

Sarah (uropachild)

I really enjoyed looking through those photos! :)


What a lovely post and such beautiful photographs. Glad you had some time away.


What a magnificent way to unwind from the choas of construction! I might return here frequently and just gaze at this post .....


that was relaxing reading it. Looks like a great weekend :)


shame there was no scrapping but you've got plenty of lovely photos to scrap now :)


you did take some beautiful photos for sure! :)


Alexa, is that in Dumfies and Galloway? If not it is very similar. Stunning photos :)

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