This isn’t really a full post but mostly I want to talk about this picture.
And here continues our adventure up the hill. Make sure to check out Part One to see pictures of bluebells.
After we hopped over the fence we were soon greeted by these ruins.
And right next to them was this interesting tree with Kayla (the person I was going with) found fascinating. I think she said it was a magical tree where fairies would live or something. It was a funky tree.
And here we are on the hill above the ruins.
I felt the need to document someone’s sad adventure.
And the perpetrators.
I mean, what’s a walk in Scotland if there aren’t some sheep.
And I think this is where we will leave part two. Come back for part three where we reach the top of the hill and the gorgeous view there.
Did you ever read books growing up where they mentioned fields of bluebells? I never really thought that they were real until I went to Scotland and saw fields of bluebells in the spring.
If you’ve read my other scotland walk posts, you may remember that there was a hill/mountain behind the building where I lived. In the spring (after all the snow had melted and the bluebells were out) one of my flatmates and I went up Dumyat. She had already been up it before which I was grateful of because there is no clear path and I probably would have gotten lost without her. Continue reading “Dumyat pt.1 // Scotland”
While I was in Scotland (which I admit was quite a while ago now) I liked to just go on walks and take pictures, so here are some pictures I took while I walked around campus. Continue reading “University Walk // Scotland”
When my parents came and visited me at the end of my time in Scotland, we ended up staying for a period of time with some of their friends in the town of Biggar. While we were there we had the opportunity to go up on the roof of a church and see the beautiful view. These pictures are what came out of that little trip to the rooftop. Continue reading “Biggar // Scotland”
During ‘Senior Week’ the school tried to have fun activities that you could do (most of which were just “come and drink here so that we can watch over you”) and one of which (one of the very few that did not seem to be about drinking) was hiking in Hocking Hills. The organization for the event was terrible but overall I actually had a really good experience. I went with my friend and explored a new place I had never been to before. It was really beautiful (although smaller than I was expecting) and here are some lovely pictures of nature for you to enjoy. There are quite a few so I hope you are ready for the long haul. Continue reading “Hocking Hills”