Cramond

A couple of weeks ago Will and I got on a bus to meet up with some friends in Cramond for their joint birthdays. It was a nice little getaway for the evening. We got there just after the sun set (cough 3:30 cough) and walked around a bit before meeting up in the local pub. We ate homemade brownies, learned what older Irish women say in conversation, and chatted about embarrassing moments. It was a wonderful evening.

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