If I had been packed and ready to go, catching an 8pm train after my shift ended at 7pm would have worked perfectly.
Unfortunately I had picked the night before to go on one of my very very rare clubbing nights. *Sigh* (It was a great night, if you’re wondering). As it stood I got home and packed and ate and was out of the house in half an hour, biking down to Haymarket to catch my train to Lancaster. Continue reading
Considering Edinburgh has a park like the Pentlands right at its doorstep, it’s actually ridiculous that it’s taken me this long to get down to it. It was a beautifully contrasty day of bright bright sunlight and a few puffy clouds—typical Edinburgh, really—and Jeremy and I went for an afternoon hike. Continue reading
Made some friends and went off-roading! The banks of the Loch Lomond are indeed a bonnie place to be :]
This morning I biked to Katie’s residence and got on a bus headed to Loch Lomond for a day-trip run by the university’s residence organization. Continue reading
I don’t know if you’ve heard of it, but right beside Edinburgh (actually, kind of between it) there is a large hill called Arthur’s Seat. It is formed from part of an extinct volcano and is roughly 250m tall. Yesterday, I climbed it. Continue reading