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“Brigadoon”

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Heading to the homeland with our tricksy…

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I have my fingers crossed for all the people around us on the…

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Not sure how much internet access I will have for a while, but I will be taking pictures!

ESP.

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  • TexasDeb September 18, 2009, 7:35 am

    As a fellow Scot (well, part-Scot/St. Clair) I say to you… have a bonny bonny trip! We’ll look forward to seeing your photos when you get back.

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    • ESP September 20, 2009, 3:20 am

      Thanks Deb, as I suspected, internet connection is intermittent, but I do seem to have just a just the faintest of signal! More shortly!
      ESP.

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  • Jenny September 20, 2009, 6:26 pm

    Have a wonderful and safe trip ESP.

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  • Germi September 22, 2009, 8:25 pm

    I’m VERY excited to see what you post upon your return! It’s wonderful that you have a Patch full of ruffians, natives, and witches to guard things while you’re away. I DARE anyone to cross the NaBooBoos! We KNOW what happens …

    Safest travels!

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  • Chris Giaraffa September 27, 2009, 7:04 pm

    Hi ESP – I’m missing your posts!
    ChrisG

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  • Cheryl Goveia September 30, 2009, 11:15 am

    I’ve been MIA this summer, and I’ve missed your uber creativity! Fab Post, seriously…you rock.

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  • Cheryl October 4, 2009, 7:00 pm

    Aren’t you back Yet? Whine!!!

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  • ESP October 4, 2009, 8:39 pm

    Hi Jenny, thanks we did have a great trip, a mammoth post to be posted soon! It was really nice to go back to the homeland and see my family and friends. I gorged myself on scampi baskets and Walkers crisps!

    Germi, the ruffians, natives, and witches did a fantastic job of safe-guarding the patch in my absence, I only wish they would have also done a spot of weeding while I was away, a little too much to ask I know! A few of the ESP characters did smuggle their way into my carry-on luggage as you will see in my next post. It was interesting not to have any electronic access for a while.
    The rains have turned the ESP into a veritable jungle since my departure…the Naboos are in their element environmentally right now, they are also looking extremely well fed which I find quite worrisome, especially considering that the Tahoe insurance company is currently fighting the collision claim. I fear the tribe just may have devoured the only evidence I had! :-)

    Hi Chris, just got back and deliriously jet-lagged, makes me happy that my posts are looked forward to! A large posting is in the works, hey I have two weeks of material to condense and convey!

    Cheryl, I am back now, armed with a lot of new experiences and pictures…watch this space!

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