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Puppy Love

Well it has been quite some time since my last post - Wagtime has been Puppy Central for the last few months which has kept Carol@Wagtime on her toes.  So in honour of Love Day @ Wagtime here are some updated photos of the Wagtime Nursery playmates.



Leo is the elder statespuppy of the group.  Now 7 months, Leo has grown into a fine dog.  He is a very friendly chap who loves to play with his mates in the neighbourhood.  He likes nothing better than a wee wrestle with Charlie the Pug.  There is a real Bromance going on there:-)  Leo loves a game of tug and getting his ears and belly tickled.  Carol@Wagtime is constantly being stopped and asked what kind of dog he is.  Brings a smile to everyone's face.











Barney is unbelievably 5 months already!  He is a very clever and bouncy chap.  We love to play fetch in the garden to burn off some of that excess energy.  He does a wee poodle routine - sit, lie down, roll over and then gives each paw for a treat.  Barney has just gone for his first full poodle clip so watch this space for photos of his makeover.  Already bigger than most dogs he meets! Barney is a Curly Wurly delight to look after:-)












This is not the best picture of young Alfie.  When he was a tiny puppy he liked nothing better than to pose for the camera.  Now this young gentleman is constantly on the move.  He is a typical Westie who has graduated from worrying my ankles (interspersed with kisses) to a wee fluffy, white guard dog.  The minutes he steps outside his house he is on the alert for intruders onto his patch.













Cody the wee fluff ball is now a big fluff ball!  He is a cheeky wee chappie who runs round his walk and scoffs his lunch in double time.  Cody loves a wee gentle cuddle.  His coat is so soft and snuggly and he gives lovely little kisses.  Top Shih Tzu puppy!















Chester is the baby of the bunch.  Born on the 4th of July his kennel club name is Barack Obama and there is certainly a Presidential air to this little black lab.  He is going through a serious growth spurt at the moment.  Through it all his tail never stops wagging.  Chester loves dive bombing me for a play.  This is going to get interesting as he grows into a full sized lab.  Watch this space.













Carol@Wagtime loves all the pups she cares for.  It has been a real privilege to play some small part in helping to make them into the fine dogs they are today.

Let's end with a song from my childhood curtesy of Donny Osmond (sort of):

And they called it puppy love
Oh I guess they'll never know
How a nanny's heart really feels
And why I love them so
And they called it puppy love
Just because they're only weans
Tell them all, please tell them it is true
Cos they're the puppies of my dreams

PS - You are all growing up too fast!!!



Puppy Days....

Well today was certainly Puppy Day...I started the day with wee Alfie the little Westie Puppy who is a wee joy to behold.  He was certainly full of beans running about the garden, getting cuddles and tummy tickles.  Nothing should be that cute. BTW Alfie has the Rolls Royce of crates...a grand design puppy pen that takes up most of the kitchen.  Go Alfie:-)

Then it was off to see our favourite poodle, the curly wurly scrumptious Barney.  He was full of life this morning running about the garden fine style.  He really loves his Snugga Wubba and tummy rubs.  This seems to be standard for most puppies.  I love to pick Barney up and give him big cuddles, his curls are just so snuggly....lovely jubbly:-)

I rounded off the morning with a visit to Cody the wee pompom Shih Tzu puppy.  A tiny wee pocket of incredibleness. Guess what - he loves getting his tummy tickled, and tickled again and again and again.  Seems to be standard entertainment in the puppy world.

Well according to the Secret Life of Dogs on TV last night - dogs make us feel happy and we make them feel happy too...I can certainly confirm that because I had such a lovely day.  Hope the mini Wagtimers feel the same.  Lovely Puppy Days full of fun and cuddles and tummy tickles xxx wee guys...

Puppy Alfie
Puppy Alfie
How cute am I?
Puppy Back Rub
Puppy Back Rub
oooh that feels good
Puppy Footie
Puppy Footie
Future Becks in the making
Puppy cuddles
Puppy cuddles
we both felt good........
Puppy Barney
Puppy Barney
Please play with me
Back rub
Back rub
Puppies seem to like this
Poodle poses
Poodle poses
Sit! perfecty executed
Poodle in action
Poodle in action
Barney can certainly move!
Puppy Cody
Puppy Cody
hello cutie pie!
Pompom puppy
Pompom puppy
good enough to eat....sweet puppy!
Tummy tickles
Tummy tickles
theme of the day;-)
Cody's perfect pose
Cody's perfect pose
so cute he could melt any heart:-D



BTW this week seems to be music week, so here is the Wagtime take on the theme tune to Happy Days...

Sunday, Monday, Puppy Days,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Puppy Days,
Thursday, Friday, Puppy Days,
Saturday, what a day,
Groovin' all week with you.

These days are ours
Happy and free. (Oh Puppy Days)
These days are ours
Share them with me.(Oh Puppy Days)

Goodbye grey sky, hello blue,
'cause nothing can hold me when I hold you.
feels so right it can't be wrong,
rockin' and rollin' all week long.
(Chorus)

These Puppy Days are yours and mine (oh Puppy Days)
These Puppy Days are yours and mine (oh Puppy Days)
These Puppy Days are yours and mine, Puppy Days.




Poodles, Doodles and Noodles

What a lovely start to the week, a day of Poodles, Doodles and Noodles.  Our Wagtime Day started with new Wagtimer Puppy Barney the Standard Poodle.  Barney is just 11 weeks old and full of fun.  His lovely black curls are very cuddly and he loves to play with his Snugga Wubba and bound around the garden.  He soon crashes and burns in a curly wurly heap. continued below...

Barney Poodle
Barney Poodle
Wubba fun
Poodle cuddles
Poodle cuddles
lounging in the garden
Barney blankie
Barney blankie
Barney takes blanket for walk
Snugga Wubba
Snugga Wubba
Cute poodle pic
Puppy snoozes
Puppy snoozes
being a puppy is hard work
Dudley Doodle pauses
Dudley Doodle pauses
from flushing out grouse
Poodle lunches
Poodle lunches
this tastes good!
Peekaboo
Peekaboo
Barney hides under bush
Hello there....
Hello there....
She found me
Sit!
Sit!
Barney waits for treats:-)
Wagtime wiped out
Wagtime wiped out
being a puppy is really hard work!
Iris the British Blue
Iris the British Blue
awaiting her gourmet dinner
Bluebell not impressed
Bluebell not impressed
checks out Snuggy
Snuggy and stick
Snuggy and stick
for a change....



Then it was off to Broomhall Estate with our favourite Doodle, Dudley Doodle the chocolate truffle hound.  He sniffed his way all around the estate, no stone unturned until he managed to flush out a grouse hiding in the hedgerow.  Poor grouse flew off into the corn field in shock.  After a lovely walk Dudley passed out in the back of the car - tired but happy.

Then it was home for a quick lunch of sweet and sour noodles followed by a game of ball with the Snugster who gave me oodles of cuddles.

More Wagtime fun early afternoon with poodle Barney then Snuggy and I went off to visit one of our favourite things - no not Apple Strudel but whiskers on kittens belonging to the flower girls - Iris and Bluebell.  They were not impressed by Snuggy eyeing them up from a distance as she lurked down the side of the house.  Chef Carol prepared the girls' meal of Tuna tartare served with biscuits and treats.  Snuggy and Carol rounded off the day with a lovely walk on country lanes then it was off home for dinner.   A fine end to a lovely day.

For those who were wondering here are the lyrics to:

My Favorite Things by Maria
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with strings
These are a few of my favorite things
Cream colored ponies and crisp apple streudels
Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles
Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings
These are a few of my favorite things
Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes
Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes
Silver white winters that melt into springs
These are a few of my favorite things
When the dog bites
When the bee stings
When I'm feeling sad
I simply remember my favorite things
And then I don't feel so bad

PS Wagtime dogs never bite they just nibble:-)

Wagtime Wedding & a Girl's night in!

Last weekend Carol@Wagtime had the pleasure of a Girl's night in with two Golden Girls - Timber and Magic the black labs.  The girls were visiting from London for their owner's folks' Ruby Wedding.  Wagtime were called on to give them a bit of TLC while their folks were off partying in Edinburgh.  continued below...

Pizza!
Pizza!
A watchful eye
Lovely Magic
Lovely Magic
Silver muzzle with twinkle in eye
A game of ball
A game of ball
while Timber tours the estate
Magic puppy
Magic puppy
play with me
Time for a nap!
Time for a nap!
A well deserved snooze
Mack makes an appearance
Mack makes an appearance
who are you?
Mabel makes an appearance
Mabel makes an appearance
Treats do the trick


We had  super time together - watching a bit of tennis on TV, a few doddles round the garden and game of ball with Magic who at the age of 11 still thinks she is a puppy.  Timber is the grand old age of 14 and does remarkably well despite a touch of arthritis.  The heat was getting to her a bit but she kept an eye on me and seemed to know that I was there to give her some tlc.  2 cats Mack and Mable were also in residence but they kept well hidden most of the time.  When I went to greet Mack, Timber checked up on me and seemed to say "never mind the cat you are here to look after me".  

The Ruby Wedding Party went well and the humans returned having had a great night out.  Timber and Magic were a delight and Carol@Wagtime thoroughly enjoyed her night in and the pizza and nibbles kindly provided by the humans (though the Golden Girls kept a beady eye on me while I was eating it...never too old to mooch a bit of pizza, but spicy chicken not that good a choice for the elderly stomach).

Wagtime presents Herr Milo von Riesenschnauzer

Today I had the pleasure of walking Herr Milo the beautiful Giant Schnauzer brother of Inca the Wagtime Wolf.  What a lovely boy.  This was a getting to know you walk for the two of us.  The last time I went for a walk with Inca, young Milo was off running in the mountains with his folks.  continued below...

Introducing Milo
Introducing Milo
a very handsome Giant Schnauzer
Milo in the flowers
Milo in the flowers
he adds to their beauty
Schnauzer's got talent
Schnauzer's got talent
Milo meets Bouncy Boy & Bendy Girl
Pause at the Park
Pause at the Park
lovely boy:-)

Both Inca and Milo gave me a lovely welcome, might be my perfume but probably the treats I came loaded with:-)  To be honest I think Inca was a wee bit jealous Milo was getting all of the attention today because she tried to follow us down the road.  Apparently she was giving wolf howls while we were away!  Funny girl!

Milo and I decided not to head for the Cairngorms, Lake District or any other exotic spot on this wee wander.  We headed off across the field, over the playing fields, took in the building works across the way.  Then it was off up to the posh Cala houses for a wee nosy through the windows.  Only joking, we kept our gazes to the gardens.

It was at this point we came across a curious sight.  A bouncy boy on a spongebob squarepants pogo stick and a glitzy bendy girl doing dance and contortions on the pavement.  Milo was not impressed by the bouncy boy, to be fair it is not a common sight in many neighbourhoods.  It turned out that these talented youngsters were raising money for Barnardo's.  We had a lovely chat and they admired the handsome Milo.  Although Bouncy Boy thought Milo might be a Scotty dog... we will forgive him as he had been bouncing for two hours and had only fallen off twice! 

We made a donation, said our farewells and headed off to the woods and then down into Duloch Park.  Milo was great, walked beautifully on the lead, kept to my pace...middle-aged lady pace;-) and was very good with all the dogs we saw.

Vielen Dank fuer Heute Herr Milo! Bis zum naechsten Mal mein Schatz. Mach's gut deine Freundin Carola von Wagtime xx

The Best office in the world

I had a lovely welcome from Dudley Doodle yesterday, he had been waiting in the garden for me for an hour so must have been excited about our walk.  We decided to head for one of our favourite spots - Aberdour.  We parked up at Aberdour Station and walked past the Castle, Primary school (deserted for the holidays), through the park to the Silver Sands.  There is a voluntary ban on dogs on the beach between 10am and 5pm (used to be total ban March to September), so we admired the view of the City and the young families building sandcastles and headed off to the coastal path.  continued below...

Aberdoodle Castle
Aberdoodle Castle
Dudley dithers at the gate
Road crossing
Road crossing
Dudley waits patiently by side of road
Is this field big enough?
Is this field big enough?
Please let me have a run...
Sausages
Sausages
Dudley looks longingly at picnic table
Happy Families
Happy Families
on the Silver Sands
Fife Coastal Path
Fife Coastal Path
that way says Dudley
Silver water
Silver water
chocolate Doodle
clouds over Edinburgh
clouds over Edinburgh
we were on the right side of the Forth!
Looking along to Burntisland
Looking along to Burntisland
I want to go this way says Dudley
A final pose
A final pose
Dudley and winged creatures


The coastal path at this point runs parallel with the railway line but this doesn't detract from its delights.  We were trotting along when suddenly poor Dudley rolled on his back.  Fortunately I saw immediately that a grass seed head had lodged in his right front paw between the pads.  I plucked it out and Dudley was fine.  Grass seeds are a doggy nightmare at this time of year...so if your dog gets irritated paws, eyes or ears please check for them.  If they get firmly lodged you might need to visit the vet to get them flushed out particularly in the ears on floppy eared dogs where they can cause infection if they lodge in the ear canal.

Emergency over we continued along the Coastal Path towards Burntisland, we didn't make it to the waterfall past the tunnel but if you decide to follow this route it is well worth a visit, very picturesque cascading down the rocks before the burn heads into the Forth.

We retraced out steps pausing briefly for another photo opportunity by the Silver Sands and then it was back to the car where Dudley lounged in the back and had a wee snooze on the return journey.  A pleasure as always Mr Dudley Doodle:-)




Wagtime Walk at Beecraigs & Cockleroy

The Wagtimers like nothing better than a new walk at the weekend so we decided to meet up with our pals & take on Beecraigs and Cockleroy, starting from Beecraigs visitor centre near Linlithgow.  Described as "an easy walk through Beecraigs Country Park forest, combined with an ascent of 278m Cockleroy Hill", we thought this would be a dawdle for the Snugster and her seasoned walking buddies continued below...


Wagtime in the Woods
Wagtime in the Woods
Snuggy leads the way @ Beecraigs
Picnic Pause
Picnic Pause
Snuggy spots her double at the next table
Summit of Cockleroy
Summit of Cockleroy
taking in the view from the top







We set off from the visitor's centre around 11am past the Deer Park.  Snuggy didn't mind the deer or the very hairy Highland cows and their very cute calves, but she did mind deer viewing platform which was a bridge like structure with steps where you could see the ground below.  The Snugster likes to keep her feet on terra firma.

This obstacle overcome we continued on our walk on good paths through some lovely countryside.  The Snugster enjoyed being off the lead and getting the grown ups to play fetch with miscellaneous sticks she found along the path.  The mini Wagtimers enjoyed taking Snuggy's lead when needed .  We met Leo the 12 week old tri-colour collie puppy on his first walk in the outside world What a lovely place to have your first proper walk and great to see what Snuggy would have looked like when she was a puppy, very cute!!! We didn't pause to join the fishermen attempting to catch Rainbow Trout in Beecraigs Loch but headed further up into the woods.

Not long after this we came across the perfect lunch spot where there were proper picnic tables and lots of happy families out enjoying the dry weather at the beginning of the Scottish school holidays. Fortunately at this point the midgies hadn't yet descended.  At one point Carol@Wagtime got very confused because Snuggy's doppelganger was at the next table... Snuggy can move quickly but not that quickly especially when attached to a lead!

Our plans were nearly scuppered when we found our path blocked by fallen trees, but our navigators soon found an alternative way that skirted the blocked path and quickly got us back on track.  From there we headed up Cockleroy Hill - not exactly Ben Nevis but enough of a climb to give us a stretch of the legs and there were greats views of the surrounding area i.e. the Ochils, Pentlands and Bridges.

We soon got back to the visitor's centre and headed down to the restaurant where we had tea and scones to recover and Snuggy had a big drink of water.  A pleasant day out in a lovely country park on our doorstep.

If you want to follow in the pawprints of the Wagtimers see full walk details here 

The tea and scones were very welcome but I would recommend either taking end of walk refreshments with you or heading into Linlithgow to a dog friendly pub like Platform 3 on the High St.  click here for details

New kids on the block

Yesterday two new Edinburgh boys joined Wagtime.  Max and Arthur have recently left Auld Reekie behind and settled here in the Kingdom.  Therefore instead of doing a more scenic walk we thought we would get to know eachother on a wee walk round their new stomping ground of Duloch.  continued below...

Max takes the lead
Max takes the lead
the boys are back in town
Shopping for dog biscuits
Shopping for dog biscuits
the boys check out Aldi
Duloch Park & Community Centre
Duloch Park & Community Centre
another Duloch highlight
Arthur pawses @ the park
Arthur pawses @ the park
Handsome lad
Max looking tousled
Max looking tousled
maybe we should make an appointment @ Innovate the hairdresser
The mini-Wagtimer meets the boys
The mini-Wagtimer meets the boys
new friends are made
Arthur waits patiently
Arthur waits patiently
Max sniffs the neighbourhood
Calais Woods
Calais Woods
a quick detour past the woods
Circus Vegas
Circus Vegas
the boys decide whether to join the circus or may their next batchelor holiday destination
Amazon
Amazon
don't they stock pet toys?! Security stopped up doing some market research
Max & Arthur check out Learner Driver
Max & Arthur check out Learner Driver
how many times round the roundabout?
Fife Leisure park
Fife Leisure park
where's she taking us now?
Puddledub butcher
Puddledub butcher
do you think they have any bones for us?
Dobbies meeting place
Dobbies meeting place
boys don't look too interested!
Walk or a picture
Walk or a picture
the boys check out options for a date with the Duloch doggy babes
Batchelor pad?
Batchelor pad?
maybe we are better off where we are!
Duloch park
Duloch park
further stretch of legs, why not?
Max's new girlfriend
Max's new girlfriend
they both look a bit shy
What a babe!
What a babe!
Jodie poses for a cute pic
Tesco Extra
Tesco Extra
where humans go hunting for dog food!


We headed up past the Tesco's Extra where we met Carol@Wagtime's neighbour George who paused to make a fuss of the boys.  We then carried on up past the school and community centre, past the park where we met the mini Wagtimer who was out playing Danish long ball ?! with her classmates from Duloch Primary School.  She also made a big fuss of the boys who lapped it up.

We were soon back on our way into the Calais Wood, a great place for a sniff about for two young wags out on the town.  We then started the "circuit" anti-clockwise, passing the Amazon Warehouse, off up the hill past Shepherd off-shore passing the Learner drivers who practise roundabouts on Sandpiper Drive.  The boys took all of this in their stride.

At the top of the hill we made a quick detour into the Fife Leisure Park.  We paused outside Dobbies, the Duloch Gathering place for women who like to shop, drink tea and have a chinwag.  Then we deliberated whether to have lunch at Tony Macaroni, Bella Italia or pop into the Odeon to watch a picture or have a workout at Bannatyne's gym.  None of these options appealed and we decided to continue the circuit.

Max and Arthur checked out the new build houses on the way back down the hill but decided to stay put in their nice comfy new house with their folks.  Maybe a penthouse flat would have tempted the boys:-)

Then it was back through Duloch Park where we met lots of dogs including the beautiful Jodie the tri-colour Cavalier King Charles spaniel.  I think she was quite taken by the boys and they were with her too:-)

Nearly home we walked quickly past Aldi and Greggs, and Wagtime HQ.  The boys were ready for a long drink of water and then collapsed on a heap on the kitchen floor.  A good time was had by all and the weather helped too.  Looking forward to our next Big day out boys...revving up the Wagmobile in preparation:-)

Puppy Leo enjoys some Wagtime

Puppies love to play and little Leo the French Bulldog is no different in that respect:-)  Now over 14 weeks he is growing fast and developing a very strong, independent but affectionate character.  He loves meeting people, will sit stock still watching strangers on our walks willing them to come over and make a fuss of him.  9 times out of 10 they do, like the 2 ladies out on a smoke break today who were in absolute raptures about him. He wiggles his wee bottom in excitement continued below...

Puppy plays tug
Puppy plays tug
boy are those jaws strong!
Puppy plays fetch
Puppy plays fetch
Leo hits warp speed
Squeaky Snake
Squeaky Snake
Kill, kill, kill
Is the antler getting smaller?
Is the antler getting smaller?
A bit ...
Hello cutie pie!
Hello cutie pie!
sweet puppy
Coucou je suis la
Coucou je suis la
Leo le Frenchie
Leo lounging
Leo lounging
with his antler
Very tasty
Very tasty
Yum Yum!
Toy
Toy
Gimme, Gimme!!!!!
Jaws at work
Jaws at work
Tug, tug, grrrrrrrr....eat!
Leo checks out le Toybox
Leo checks out le Toybox
what a choice!
Decisions, Decisions
Decisions, Decisions
What will I play with now?


Being a Bulldog breed,  Leo particularly loves to play tug and oh boy are those jaws getting strong.  He also loves a game of fetch.  When out in the garden Leo's favourite pastime is to pick up something he shouldn't e.g. a dried leaf, a bit of twig or something a bit yuckier then leg it off over the grass with me chasing after him.  He thinks this is a great fun. I don't think it is such a great laugh when I have to stick my hand down his throat to retrieve whatever delightful bit of muck he has decided to make off with. The wee man also loves to roll about the grass and then have a wee sunbathe.

Leo loves his Antler dog chew...it used to be the same size as him but it seems to be shrinking or he is getting bigger or a maybe a combination of the two.  He takes it off to his den and kills it...well I have tried to explain to him that it is already dead but he likes to kill it anyway.

Wagtime loves Leo the Frenchie!  and Leo loves a bit of Wagtime fun...big slobbery kisses wee dude xx


Dudley goes to St. David's Harbour

Snuggy only has eyes for Berthold who is visiting from Berlin at the moment so she hasn't been on any big walks this week just playing fetch with her new best buddy:-)  So this lunchtime Carol@Wagtime got to stretch her legs with another of her favourite hounds, the delightful Dudley Doodle. Continued below:


Inverkeithing Mercat Cross
Inverkeithing Mercat Cross
Our starting point
Worth a sniff!
Worth a sniff!
Dudley checks out the Mercat Cross
Dudley poses
Dudley poses
after several attempts, timber being loaded in front of Forth Rail Bridge
Dudley sniffs about
Dudley sniffs about
he's on the trail of something
Dudley & St David's Harbour
Dudley & St David's Harbour
Our destination in the background
Dudders strikes a pose
Dudders strikes a pose
Edinburgh skyline behind
Daisy Dudley
Daisy Dudley
Snuggy's got competition
Ladies and Doodle who lunch
Ladies and Doodle who lunch
Dudley join the Monday walkers
Dudley meets Rusty the Yorkie
Dudley meets Rusty the Yorkie
Our doodle loves to make new friends
Ollie the puppy gives Dudley a cuddle
Ollie the puppy gives Dudley a cuddle
how cute is this?
Time for your close up Mr Dudley Doodle
Time for your close up Mr Dudley Doodle
getting used to posing
Dudley meets Poppy
Dudley meets Poppy
Sit and Pose!!!
Poppy the Tiger
Poppy the Tiger
whippet/collie cross does collie pose:-)
Dudley Sweetpea
Dudley Sweetpea
a final pose before lunch


We decided to try a new walk from Inverkeithing High St. along the Fife Coastal Path to St David's Harbour.  We set off from the Mercat Cross with a short detour into Inglis Vets, where Dudley met the lovely Shirley on reception.  She made a big fuss of our Dudders and he was successful in mooching several gravy bones to sustain him during our walk.

Snacks pocketed, we walked down from the Mercat Cross through the back streets of Inverkeithing, past the Rec and a timber yard where we saw a big ship being loaded with timber in the shadow of the Forth Railway Bridge.

Dudley made lots of new human and doggy buddies on the way including the Inverkeithing Monday walkers, Rusty the yorkie, Ollie the lab puppy and the lovely Poppy the whippet/Collie cross (with tiger stripes). 

Dudley was in a frisky mood today, I think he is feeling a bit warm - the Scottish summer is hot if you are wearing a big furry coat like our Dudders - so some of the photos are a bit blurred or with bits of Dudley missing.  It is fair to say that Dudley is not as big a poser as the Snugster:-) though I think he got the hang of it by the end!

We made it to St David's Harbour where we paused for gravy bones for the canine participant and a Tunnocks Caramel Wafer for Carol@Wagtime (great sustinence for a dog walker! highly recommended).

We then trotted back to Inverkeithing where Dudley was ready for his lunch and a big drink of water.

If you want to follow in the pawprints of Dudley and Carol@Wagtime, please click here for details of our walk on the Fife Coastal Path site.  Great path for all seasons (no mud) and fantastic views of Forth Rail Bridge and the Edinburgh Skyline:-)



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