January 20, 2010 by Wendy Inverness AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
What a beautiful picture! I love your blog 🙂
Not quite how I remember it but beautiful nevertheless.
How lovely! When my husband and I traveled to Scotland in January of 2007, Inverness was our favorite place! We stayed at The Ivybank Guesthouse and made friends with the wonderful proprietors, and fell in love with your city and country. We dream of returning. Do you know the Ivybank on Old Edinburgh Road? Catherine is such a wonderful, dear woman.
I’m really enjoying your blog – it makes me feel “homesick.”
I suspect that’s the prettiest Inverness has ever looked… 😉
I have just discovered your blog tonight after searching for a nut butter recipe 🙂
How fabulous! I have just lost 2 hours reading and reading!
Inverness is very beautiful in parts… my sister in law lives in kessock and I love to visit
Noble Nourishment – Thank you!
Pia – 🙂
Yvonne – It’s taken from the other side of the firth if that helps put it in perspective.
Wanda – Thank you!
Julie – Hello and welcome. Very glad you like my blog. I don’t know the guesthouse but will look out for it next time I pass that way.
Maninas – Thank you. 🙂
Aforkfullofspaghetti – Oi! Cheeky. 😉
Sam WB – Hello and welcome and thank you for the kind words! I live in Kessock too (north). Small world. 🙂
Beautiful shot, but I don’t envy you the snow! Ours has been washed away by rain, here in Glasgow. I think we’re due more on Monday, though. Sigh.
lol … you are probably next door neighbours then! If you see a wandering figure pushing a pram and trying to control 2 large English Setters at the same time? Give her a wave from me 🙂
I will be reading regularly
xx Sam xx
Golly, just gorgeous! Wishing for some of that! (and the fennel and shallot dish looks fantastic as well! 🙂
Carbuncle Awards….rot! They are just jealous cos they dont live here.