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Scotland 2014

On Holiday World-readable
2014-05-25 17:21:37
Wednesday and Thursday, 14th and 15th May: in which the intrepid narrator flies over the Atlantic Ocean to Edinburgh to begin a holiday in Scotland
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Edinburgh Castle World-readable
2014-05-25 19:39:20
Friday, 16th May: in which the intrepid narrator explores the Scottish capital
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Devolution World-readable
2014-05-27 19:13:48
Saturday, 17th May: in which the intrepid narrator visits museums, churches, and a devolved Parliament
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Star Fort World-readable
2014-05-28 07:25:00
Sunday, 18th May: in which the intrepid narrator heads into the Scottish highlands
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Culloden World-readable
2014-05-29 20:41:38
Monday, 19th May: in which the intrepid narrator explores the countryside surrounding Inverness
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Urquhart Castle World-readable
2014-06-01 08:55:17
Tuesday, 20th May: in which the intrepid narrator drives into the Scottish Highlands and fails to see any monsters in Loch Ness
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Cairngorms World-readable
2014-06-01 21:00:46
Wednesday, 21st May: in which the intrepid narrator visits the Scottish mountain town of Aviemore and feels right at home
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East Coast World-readable
2014-06-02 20:09:43
Thursday, 22nd May: in which the intrepid narrator travels down the East Coast Main Line to York and visits York Minster
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Nerdvana World-readable
2014-06-03 20:53:19
Friday, 23rd May: in which the intrepid narrator visits Nerdvana in York, otherwise known as the National Railway Museum
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Bunker World-readable
2014-06-04 20:25:28
Saturday, 24th May: in which the intrepid narrator visits a Cold War bunker and a windmill, then returns to Edinburgh to fly home
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Going home World-readable
2014-06-05 19:09:16
Sunday, 25th May: In which the intrepid narrator returns home to North America after a week and a half in Great Britain
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2014-06-08 12:39:27
In which the intrepid narrator contemplates lessons learned from his eleven-day trip to Scotland
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Logans in Scotland World-readable
2014-06-11 17:53:06
In which the intrepid narrator finds his name written in random places around Scotland
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Everyone I'm sure, knows that when something goes wrong somewhere,
anywhere, anytime it is automatically SCOTT'S FAULT. Your dog ran away?
SCOTT'S FAULT. Your car won't start? SCOTT'S FAULT. Your power got
shut off because you forgot to mail the check? Yep, once again, SCOTT'S
FAULT. It is very similar to the "six degrees of separation" theory.
Somehow everything can be tied back to Scott.
- Renee Galvin, 25 October 2000