Posted on September 6, 2020 Updated on September 6, 2020
Stumbled across this on an evening walk. ~Vic
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Nessies have moved inland!
Gotta watch ’em! LOL!
That reminds me, in your travels, have you ever made it to Scotland?
No to Scotland, I’ve never been out of the U.S.
Yeah. Me, neither. *sigh*
That’s brilliant. More than I have witnessed at Loch Ness.
It is cute.
I have one!!! I need to show you. Go here: https://coloradofarmlife.com/2014/06/02/more-about-dragons-june-2-2014/ It’s not as big. I get a kick out of seeing it.
OMG! Linda! You are a Doyle!!! One of my favorite actors/talk radio guy was Jerry Doyle (ever saw Babylon 5?).
“I think I have always had a longing in my soul to visit the ancient United Kingdom.” GIRL! I have been drawn to the UK most of my life, too. My last name is Jones (Welsh), my paternal-maternal GGM was a McPherson, my maternal-maternal GGM was a Rudd (Welsh) with some Evans & Moore thrown in (Welsh & Irish, respectively). It’s a magical place for us.
My mother’s people were from the South, but way back in time from WALES!!! and the maternal grandmother is from the Wootton of Queen Elizabeth fame, then there are the Shipleys straight on the ship from England and, of course the Doyles. 🙂 Magic for sure
Puff the Magic Dragon or Loch Ness? This is really cool.
Not sure. No one home to ask.
I would guess. No one home to ask.
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