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UK A Collection of Scottish Cottages #1 - July 2014

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I've fallen behind quite a bit with posting reports, because I have been exploring so much lately. To speed things up a bit I've decided to post a several smaller ones in one post.

These are from a trip I took in July to the far reaches of Scotland, almost every one I went into was a bit a little bit special. So first up was the day three of the adventure and nineth explore of the trip.

First Chance Cottage

On a miserable rainy day, this was the first opporunity that presented itself for an explore!

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Little derp next door, not much going on inside it though.

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Pink Carpet Cottage

Number #11 on the trip, lovely n pink!

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Lords Helper Cottage

Number #13 on the trip, this more new styled Cottage, full of religious items.

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Teddy's Gathering Cottage

Last explore of the day was this surprising little cottage which was once the home of a soft toy maker.

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Thanks for looking!

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