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Thread: The Shearer's Cottage, Scotland - January 2018

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    Sorry I've been a bit quiet lately! Had my usual January road trip back home to Scotland planned, but it turns out my (once)beloved H is a fucking chav and a backstabbing cheating skank so had a lot of life bullshit to deal with. So as soon as I crossed the border into the motherland I decided not to go on an angry drunken rampage, but to do whatever and go wherever the fuck I wanted to. Because I could! So I have a mere 15 reports to share! :D

    I will start with this one before I get booted out of my flat. Nice one to LG for the tip! And thanks to Mikeymutt for confirming its name!

    No history, just a lovely untouched cottage in the arse end of nowhere in a beautiful setting. Just the kind of me time I wanted, and I got plenty of that. Caught this one just before the sun started going down after visiting a few other places. Perfect end to a productive day.

















































    Thanks for looking!

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    That's my perfect kind of derp. Would love to visit this myself some day.

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    Beautiful shots.was the axe still by the bed.that room is the highlight for me
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    That's not a bad looking cottage. I rented a cottage similar to that one outside Perth when I was on holiday, although the one I rented was a bit tidier. This one could do with a renovation and could be used as a holiday let.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    My parents had some wallpaper like the one in the bedroom.

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    I'm not unsympathetic Brewtal but after a bit of a shit day, the intro to your report had me choking on me Chivas, great pics, the opening shot is a beaut, Many Thanks
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    Stunning find

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    Lovely set. :)
    that golden light really adds something special to it!

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    no thank you for showing care

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