There’s no doubt that I’m at my best first thing in the morning, directly after my first cup of coffee. The dog gets walked, a short post like this gets written, emails I’ve been putting off for days receive replies, and Howard gets a genuine snuggle before domestic chores, too many incoming calls and everyday worries take the shine off of my sparkling AM personality.
Until yesterday, we hadn’t had waffles around here in years. You see, I’m prone to fits of minimization every four or five years, when I suddenly get to a point where I just can’t stand how much crap the two of us have accumulated since the last purge. Continue reading →
After two days in Inverness, we left our cozy B&B to pick up the boat we hired from Caley Cruisers and began our journey down the Caledonian Canal, between Inverness and Fort William in the Scottish Highlands.
If you have ever been tempted by the history, people and spectacular geography that make up the Great Glen in northern Scotland, I can’t recommend Caley and their superior fleet of boats enough. Audrey, Karin and the rest of the staff should write a book on customer service, if they haven’t already. We loved our first experience with them in 2011 so much, that we did it all again in April of this year. Continue reading →