>Now it feels like Christmas

>Two reasons for the change of mood: 
1 – the wonderful school Christmas Concert on Wednesday, and 

2 – the change in weather with the first real snow and serious frost arriving.
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(The view is from my office yesterday.)
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3 thoughts on “>Now it feels like Christmas

  1. >HideousI'm not entirely sure about the hills (I don't routinely take map and compass to work).However, they are at the foot of Glen Clove, east of Loch Brandy – so could be Auld Darkney, Hill of Glansie, Pinderachy.

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