It's proper dark by half past seven, so you'll have them all back in time for then I would think?
I wish everyone a very safe and pleasant journey and hope you all have a great time. Don't forget to keep us updated with progress, and don't let Andy near any marine causeways, islands, etc. as we don't want to end up with a new Mulberry harbour!
We're far more likely to tempt him across to a dangerous place and then run like heck!
Encourage him onto that line of boulders leading out across the water towards the sunset to get THE shot of the week.
It'll all be too late when he realises that he's standing on "Nessies" back!
Just to confirm, the owner will be at the house at 4pm tomorrow to welcome us and sort out the keys etc. Unless something goes drastically wrong, we should be there by 4pm and I seem to remember others mentioning that they should also have arrived by then.
Hopefully we'll be there by then.
I'm only 2 hours away from the house tonight so should be there for 4 as well unless something has gone drastically wrong (or right I guess)
Hey don't kid about it, we had hailstone here a few days back ( it was still september!) that was a half inch diameter!
Hang on, they were French hailstones.
12.7mm s'il vous plait.
Oui, je sais, mais alors les anglais sont nul, ils comprend pas les mm
"si tu plait" if you please young man.
"Vous" is very formal and indeed the correct way to address someone in authority ( like me!) or if you don't know them, however between friends and family it's the norm to "tu" each other.
French lesson over ( I'll send you the bill for my time!) , Back to business / topic / Scotland……………...
Yes,I know the difference exactly, but I was sent to a private school.
I addressed my own mother as Madame.
Must resist the urge to make crass comment.......must resist.....
Anyway here's wishing you all a good time regardless of the weather!
Watch out for them haggis though!!…….
Are we nearly there yet?
They're still waiting for the snow plough to clear the route!!!
We're nearly there... or at least, nearly all here!
Forecast is "Yellow warning of rain" for the next 3 days!
Could be a "WET out" as opposed to a "WHITE out" then
Forecasts are often hit and miss in mountain areas; blimey, if i took notice down here then i'd often not venture further than the village.
If it rains just take it in turns to assist each other with brolloies …..there's always a way around the wet stuff even for togging, albiet not particularly enjoyable but you've all made an effort to get there so ….GET THEM NESSIE PICS TAKEN
This is the view from our window at the moment. We have a yellow warning of heavy rain until Tuesday night
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mmmù looks a bit wet , BUT atmospheric!
Looks like it will be mostly pictures of pub interiors then
With all the bottles here, there's no need to go out
dunno where you are and must be local weather, as according to the BBC..... Aviemore and fort William have solid sunshine today until wednesday
Fake news from the BBC
If it's any consolation, it's wet here too and forecast to possibly remain unsettled for several days……..Rain in Scotland is one thing but I live in the South of France!!!
You're right...the met office gives a different picture i.e. mostly rain and Accuweather agrees with the met office.
come to sunny London....sun and clouds and not much rain (if any) for the next 7 days with max temps reaching 21c
It's been lovely here in Cheshire today. Sunshine and whilst not warm, not cold either. Maybe it's creeping towards you?
Have a fab time
when typing in the parts of the Scottish highlands and although typing in say Aviemore..I didn't hit the search button (on BBC) so was looking at the London area weather. and it does say rain.
Rain ..rain... We are thinking of building an ark.
Do you want any ideas for topics for conversation in case you run out....what about do ducks like rain
" Shall we hold a vote as to wether we should all impose the ignore feature on Brian?"
In any case I might have to do just that to keep my sanity seeing as that lot av left me 'ere "alone" with you
Ideas for sombre shots? If near Glencoe a massacre took place h'mm Commander was Robert Campbell and the victims were mainly Macdonalds.
What did a fast food joint ever do to him? Seems a bit mean...
yeah, dreadful event
Correct ,but they've come back with avengeance…….They're in almost every town now selling burgers!