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A Kilt and A Camera

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added on 18/04/2012 by: tomebug
An American photographer and her hot Scottish husband. We've been living in Brazil for the past four years, and are now in Newcastle England. We'll be headed back to Brazil next year, living just outside Sao Paulo.
 tags: Photography, Traveling
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Needle in a Haystack  Posted on 06/11/2014
Somewhere in this maternity hospital on a warm and dry July day in St. Andrews, Scotland, Brian came into the world. A little more than eight years later on an even warmer October day in Hayward, CA, USA, Peg was born in this building....
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365 Photo Project – May 2014  Posted on 06/08/2014
Another month has flown by and life continues to march along. May has brought more work for Brian, new classes for me, a nineteenth birthday for my Boy, and a new opportunity for my Girl. Bring it on, I say! (Except the work for Brian, I...
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What Must They Think Of Us?  Posted on 05/31/2014
Now that we’ve lived in four countries our perspectives on what’s culturally “normal” have changed so much that we can no longer even remember what that word means. That’s especially true for us because Brian...
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Me Talk Pretty One Day*  Posted on 05/19/2014
I am hearing this book is the good book. I will read with help of my dictionary to make my Portuguese get better. When I am speaking in Portugues, I seem like this. People can understand me, but is obvious that I am foreigner. Not...
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365 Photo Project – April 2014  Posted on 05/03/2014
Travel. It doesn’t feel like travel anymore. We live here. It still doesn’t feel like home sometimes, but it’s more familiar now. Life is pretty normal, full of things like work, laundry, riding my bike and figuring out...
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Caged  Posted on 04/30/2014
Individuals can be said to be in a state of leisure if they simply perceive that they have the freedom to choose activities and are motivated by an activity for its own sake – John Neulinger I’m feeling a bit “not at...
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365 Photo Project – March 2014  Posted on 03/30/2014
March. March should be spring time. Warmer weather, longer days and flowers starting to bloom. We did get a few blooming flowers on the Jacaranda trees, but other than those purple beauties our March was upside down. Will we ever get used...
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Bringing Home the Stash  Posted on 03/27/2014
Remember when I recently wrote about my expat shopping list before our Oregon trip? As soon as we landed in Portland, we drove straight to Walmart. Seriously, picked up the luggage, picked up the rental car and hooked up the GPS to take us...
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Skiing at Teacup Lake Nordic  Posted on 03/21/2014
Alone in the forest with heavy snow coming down, obscuring the trail I had just left behind me, I listened for the slightest sounds of civilization. There was nothing. No sound of vehicles to tell me where the road was. No sound of another...
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Learning to Ski in Oregon  Posted on 03/12/2014
We’ll arrive in the Canadian high Arctic to begin our expedition in just over a year. While I’ll be staying in the town local town of Pond Inlet (Mittimatalik), Brian and the rest of the team will be circumnavigating Bylot...
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