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Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Dunedin Brewery #WordlessWednesday

I'm living off some of my iPhone photo memories.  This is from the last pre-pandemic trip we took, from New York State to Florida in January of 2020.  We've only been, at most, an hour and a half from home ever since.

Both my spouse and I have always wanted to visit Scotland.  We spent a few days in Dunedin, Florida to scout out snowbirding opportunities. Dunedin, Florida is so proud of their Scottish heritage.   

While we were there, we visited a brewery, the Dunedin Brewery. And it was decorated in...what else?  Scottish symbols.

The beer was good, too.

I've never been off the North American continent, but my late childhood best friend had another school friend who married and moved to Scotland as an adult, and visited her and her family there several times.  How wonderful that must have been.

Joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for her #WordlessWednesday.

6 comments:

  1. I hope you get to go to Scotland someday. I would like to visit there too. Okay, Florida is a fun place to visit as well.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  2. Scotland is beautiful and I hope you get the chance to visit one day.

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  3. What a lovely place, I had no idea there was a Scottish community in Florida!

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  4. I think we are all living off our memories right now.

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  5. Dunedin sounds so Scottish! I live in the south of England but my daughter and her family live in a stone cottage close to Loch Lomond, so I regularly drive up to Scotland to visit them - when restricions allow! It's truly beautiful.

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  6. We all need more friends that moved away to wonderful locales. The farther away, the better. That way, we can visit wonderful places and not have to pay for hotels ;)

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