Monday, 20 September 2010

Back from the Wilds

There's been very little blogging of late due to the fact I was away helping one of our service users on holiday (3 nights at Centre Parc Cumbria - pricey food, but  a lovely disability friendly lodge with it's own private sauna steam room and hot tub!!  I also enjoyed the flumes and that in the pool!) and then away on retreat at the Cathedral of the Isles on Cumbrae.  Friday to Sunday on the Cloud of Unknowing with two unexpected bonuses - Choral Evensong on Saturday afternoon and a good (if slightly overlong) sermon on Sunday morning from the former Primus Idris Jones.  Home via Glasgow and lunch in my favourite French bistro there (crepe with salmon and leek filling, creme brulee and good coffee) plus a wee mooch round the modern art gallery and Pauline Books.  Then home and a wee bit of laundry and Spanish chicken for tea.  It's a bit odd being back in Edinburgh, as I've grown very accustomed to fresh air and no traffic!


  1. Father Andrew Crosbie22 September 2010 at 08:00

    Sounds like you had a good break.

    Millport is better when Father Pagan is in charge. He is less confused about his preaching ability.

    On a different note. Did you know that your details in Crockfords are not up to date ? I do the Crockfords on-line stuff. If you want me to put in your ne details just ping them by email and I will amend on - line dor you.