Stonehaven & Dunnottar Castle

You’d think that the real struggle in traveling would be actually getting there. Not so. The hard part is figuring out these stupid online picture viewing websites. So, instead, I’m just going to upload a ridiculous amount of photos and tack them onto the end of this website.

Dunnottar Castle was gorgeous – pricey, but gorgeous. Jerome and I got to an ancient stone sink, and ancient stone toilet, an ancient stone smithy, and a bunch of ancient stone chimneys, which I think were my favorite ancient stone things. In general, I just love “travelling.” The more extemporaneous, the better. Jerome and I are in the process of planning another adventure for this weekend, so I will keep you posted. Now, for the pictures:

I’m sure this’ll be me someday. Good thing they’re getting ready, ’cause I will be some scary old pedestrian, I assure you:
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Meet Jerome, the French flatmate:
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Stonehaven Harbor:
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Stonehaven:
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