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St. Andrew’s Day

Next to St. Andrews Bay and the North Sea in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland lies the remains of the cathedral of St. Andrew, St. Andrews Cathedral.  It was built in 1158 and became the center of the medieval Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Almost missed it

The it is Kilchurn Castle ruins here on Loch Awe in Argyl and Bute, Scotland; constructed in the mid 1500’s.  We had just picked up our car from the airport in Edinburgh and were heading west on our  Scotland road … Continue reading

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Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel

Three miles outside of Oban, Scotland lies the Dunstaffnage Castle and chapel.  It is a partially ruined castle that sits on a conglomerate rock at the entrance to Loch Etive surrounded on three sides by the sea.  It is one … Continue reading

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Mill Ruins 2 – The monster monochrome edition

Some would argue that Halloween (and all of it’s other names) really isn’t a holiday.  When I was in the corporate world my philosophy was if I didn’t get a paid day off, then it wasn’t a holiday!  But as … Continue reading

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Mill Ruins

The Bieber – Wigton Mill Ruins are located along the Olentangy River in Delaware County, Ohio.  This grist mill was built from 1843-1844 and has a bit of a colorful history involving owners having to sell it because of financial … Continue reading

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