This blog is to introduce you to my town - Peebles, in the Scottish Borders - just one photo at a time, with perhaps a little description and maybe some history thrown in. I hope you will find it interesting. The title comes from a historical comment made by someone who preferred Peebles to the great and famous cities. I know how they felt. It's always a pleasure to return here however long you've been away.
If you want to make a comment, ask me a question, or merely just want to say "hello, I've dropped in", you can do that by using the comment section below each entry. (Just click on the word COMMENT and follow instructions. ) I'd love to know what you think of what you see of my town.
I don't have an expensive elaborate camera so the photo quality may not be brilliant, but I'd like to think my pics will please you. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thanks to Mary H for the lovely designs I used for my background, and thanks too to all of you who have chosen to support my blog by becoming "followers".
Well I hope you'll think this good news. I asked one of the local photographic group if I could use his photos in my blog and he has agreed, so I would like to introduce you to Iain Mackay's photos. Iain is a local man, having grown up in the town. These first photos go back about 4 years - the reason I am not using his up to date ones just now is that he will be making a presentation to the photo group in January and I don't want to use too many of the pictures he might use then. Later maybe!
So, as I don't have time to write stuff, I will just show you a photo each day, mostly with Iain's titles. Most will be self explanatory anyway. Now enjoy.... and thanks so much Iain'
Today's photo is of the centre and south west of Peebles.
Known variously as Evelyn, Ev and Evee. I retired from work about four years ago! Where has the time gone? Thought there would be lots more time for travelling, meeting up with friends and relatives, digital scrapbooking, blogging, lacemaking and all my new hobbies, but there just aren't enough hours in the day!
Continually continuing with home and garden improvements, and maybe the occasional visit here and there.