Edinburgh, Scotland (23 Great King Street)
Another sunny day in Edinburgh. After breakfast, I finished the first draft of my Early Memories and sent it off to Cousin Ginny for her review.
I got the place ready before Donna’s parents arrived. Not that I had a lot to do, but still want the place to look nice. Also me too, I still needed to take a shower.
While waiting for Donna’s parents to arrive, I started to make a new batch of beef stew and placed an Amazon.com order. I need more coffee filters, vitamin C, and found a pair of light gloves too.
After the sheets and towels were replaced I continued working on my Early Memories then got ready to meet up with the InterNations group at the G & V. I decided to take a taxi to the hotel rather than walk. Maybe I’ll walk back.
It was a well-attended event and saw several people I knew and met a few new ones. Brexit is a big topic of conversation. It was getting a bit warm in the room and after a couple of hours I decided it was time to leave. I enjoyed the walk back to the flat even though it was cold. The walk only took 18 minutes and it was mostly down hill.
After I got home I continued watching more episodes of “Salvation”. This series is turning out to be a lot of fun to watch. Excellent characters and the technology, for the most part, is believable.
Tomorrow I have nothing planned. Just to continue work on my Early Memories and purchase tickets for a performance at St. Paul’s on 14 December that I’ll attend with Corrine. A new batch of tickets will be released on 1 December at 8:00 p.m.