The New Kitchen

So I met this fella on Facebook, and he said he’d fit our new kitchen.DSC_0858us3010

Nothing unusual in that. Except 675 miles is a long way to drive….
OK, its not the whole story….. he’s also a photographer, and he’d visited us whilst on holiday too, so not exactly a random stranger.
It went like this: old kitchen out; new kitchen in; job done; let’s go and take some pictures!
We had a day and a half, so I planned to make the most of this new thing called sunshine; not seen that for a while.
Starting at Stoer beach, we walked around to Clachtoll beach, laying on the rocks like seals. just like the one David found snoozing.
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Everyone back on the bus, down to the harbour and catch our tea, which looked like a carrier bag of Langoustines as it was passed up from the boat, and a quick trip up to Glencanisp to try and outwit the only cloud of the day which turned up over Suilven.
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The next morning found us heading over to the Wailing Widow Falls for several shots.
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Coffee sitting in the sunshine, and then up the burn to the “Loch of the Reflections”; a name I’ve just made up, but despite a strong breeze, it didn’t let us down.
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Finally, we finished the afternoon walking up the main path to Quinag and branching off to visit a little waterfall I’d done in monochrome previously.
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Lucky with the weather and lucky with the kitchen; David made a cracking job of it; we’re well pleased!
And the red anorak he’s wearing in the first photo is actually mine.
Before & After:
Just the hob and some switches for the electrician tomorrow….


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