On our latest wee jaunt back home to Bonnie Scotland we thought we would pay Crail a visit as the weather for Scotland was unusually tropical at the time (okay, well quite warm). Crail is a delightful fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife and due to its charm is often the subject of paintings by artists from near and afar. As Crail is located near to St Andrews, the home of golf, killing two birds with one stone certainly comes to mind (not literally though). Next stop, Oban on the west coast!
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These are so very beautiful.
Thank you so much for sharing them~
Thank you, Crail is a typically lovely little Scottish village, this was my first visit since a wee boy. Thank goodness the sun was shining
Years ago in California, I had a dear friend at a Rehab Center, she was our Charge Nurse and we became good friends.
She was not long from Ireland and her brogue was so thick, I used to embarrass her, I think, because I would tell her how much I loved to hear her speak~
I’ll bet you have that same wonderful sound, well perhaps, but beautiful all the same~