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The Pinkies At Northsea, Aberdeen

ONE EVENING AFTER OUR HEAVY DINNER, we took a long walk to the beach.  The beach was actually ten minutes away walk from our place but the stretch of the beach was quite long.  Wearing our winter jackets with the wind blowing into our face, we managed to "survive" the one hour plus walk and I think we shed a lot of calories on that particular evening.....

While we walked, one song came to my mind.... A song sung by Bee Gees... In the morning...
But for this post, it would be... 
In the evening, when the sun is at its rest, you will find us... Walking down the beach is best...
Ten minutes walk from our place....
We walked up and up....
Where the beach lays....
Yes, I was shivering as usual...
Like being blown to one side....
Reminds me of one song...
In the evening, when the sun is at its rest....
Beautiful bonding with family and dogs....
It was around 7 by then....
A lone seagull....
Yes, the dogs were back from the beach....
The pinkies....
A very relaxing walk at the Northsea.... 
Hope to go there once again before we leave for home...


Comments

  1. My friend's house in Auckland was quite near the beach too...was there for a week but I never set foot on it. Hehehehehe!!!

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  2. The beach is beautiful. And it makes me cold just looking at you! You are in very good shape, I could never walk for an hour! And you look like you still have energy! I thought I have everything the Bee Gees sang, but I don't remember this song!

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    1. I changed the lyrics... Lol.. In the morning is the title...

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  3. It's nice to walk in cold weather. I love the scenery and yes, you do look very cold!

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  4. darn cute la you, Claire. Hahahaha...

    wrap up more ya. Dont catch cold :)

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  5. So nice to be able to walk to the beach whenever you like to. Good exercise!

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  6. Brrr...from the pic, I can feel is so cold and windy. But don't mind walking in such a nice weather.

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  7. I could sit for hours by the beach to stare at the rolling waves but I had never seen the ocean in cold seasons. I might be frozen too.

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  8. I love the bonding spirit shown here

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