This morning Steven and I woke up and rushed to the conservatory to enjoy the few rays of light before the sun hid behind the clouds. Steven prepared some yummy breakfast-pancakes with nutella, and honey & yogurt toppings, as seen on my Instagram feed earlier. He put on the best of Bee Gees album and we flipped through Scotland, the best 100 pages book by Peter Irvine.
We then took a car journey to Bennachie, a forest area with many hills, just an hour driving outside Aberdeen, under the sounds of Fleetwood Mac-we have a great variety in our music preferences as you can tell.
Couples who match their shoes stay together, don’t they say?
Wistfully, the sun let us down and got lost behind the clouds so as soon as it turned a bit chilly we started walking speedily through the woodland with the hope to get a bit warmer.
My uniform was a pair of black leggings, my beloved Barbour Beadnell jacket and a pair of comfortable hiking boots.
Along our way we came across the remainings of ancient houses, an old non active volcano and plenty plant diseases that the agronomist in me found utterly fascinating.
For a few minutes the clouds disappeared and the sky turned blue again-Ze German was happy as you can tell 🙂
Before the sunset we headed back home-it was already too chilly for me and I was so grateful for wearing my Natbee’s beanie–and Steven has currently prepared a cheese platter and brought the wine in front the fire place to warm me up. I couldn’t think of a better end to this lovely day.
Happy Easter everyone!