I’m reaching back into the archives again for this one. Two years ago at this time the hubby and I were traveling the UK, exploring new territories in Scotland and taking him to special family locales in England. Yesterday I spent some time thinking about that trip, as it was the anniversary of the Battle of Culloden, a date well known by all those obsessed (as I am) with the Outlander series. A somber reminder then of an otherwise wonderful trip.
White Rose and Thistle wreaths placed on the battlefield
Well of the Dead at Culloden
Cannons at Edinburgh Castle
Clifford’s Tower, York
We’re so desperate to go back and explore more of the beautiful Scottish Highlands, and I love the idea of visiting the Lake District in England, but who knows when that may happen.
Wishing all a happy weekend!
I had so much fun going through my archives last week, that I thought I would do a few more posts that include some of my older stuff. I’ve been blessed to have the opportunities to travel quite a bit, and like any good tourist, have documented much of the amazing architecture I have seen along the way. Here’s a sampling of some of that work.
St. Michael’s, Aldershot, England (this is the church I was christened in, among other events in my family’s history!)
Sarrastro’s, London, England
Clifford’s Tower, York, England
Yorkminster Cathedral, York, England
Il Duomo, Milan, Italy
Not really architecture, I just loved these candles!
We’re off to give my siblings college tours! Hope you guys have a great weekend!