What have we been up to?

Happy Friday Everyone!

What have you been up to the past week?

This weeks newsletter will be a bit shorter than normal as we haven’t been out on that many adventures.

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Highlights of the Week

Last weekend we hunkered down in the small town of Braemar (which we have really fallen in love with) to get stuck into editing and writing. The weather wasn’t brilliant but we did manage to get out for a walk around the beautiful Braemar Castle.

 

braemar castle couple posing
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We then spent a couple of days at home before heading south to Biggar Castle where we celebrated Campbell’s cousins wedding. It was great to get dressed up again and get out Campbell’s kilt! Such a fun night!

couple at wedding
couple at wedding

As you can imagine, the next day was spent recovering in the van but we did manage to get out and explore somewhere new that we actually had no idea existed!

Just outside of Lanark is New Lanark World Heritage Site. This is a unique 18th century Mill Village sitting alongside the River Clyde. We went for a wonder round and The Falls of Clyde has beautiful woodland walks and walked up to the Corra Linn, an 80ft waterfall. This was definitely one way to dust off the cobwebs!

girl walking in woods
waterfall

We’re spending a few days at home before we set off on our trip up to the North Coast 500 at the start of next week.

couple in motorhome

We have been working really hard over the past year on an exciting project which we will be revealing really soon! Hint.. we’re heading up this way to spend more time working on it. Any guesses as to what it might be?

Until next time guys, have a great weekend!

 

Gemma and Campbell x

 

 

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