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2020.09.30 04:31 Revivous The Battle of Brisbane: An in-depth look at the top three contenders for the expansion of the NRL

Hey all,
Revs here with a brief postulation on the main contenders for the NRL Expansion. This will be Brisbane focused as PVL has indicated this is where the next team will be.
I have been fortunate enough in the last 5 years to have worked alongside many of the clubs in and around both the QRL & NRL in certain capacities. It has given me unfetted access to staff, players and heads of clubs to see how they really tick from the inside.
I have loved every minute of it but in the interests of not doxxing myself I won't go into that part any further, BUT, I think it gives me a chance to show you guys what the two clubs who are vying for promotion from the QRL are like. I have excluded the Jets due to my personal bias, but I doubt anyone took the Western Corridor bid seriously anyway, their website hasn't been updated since 2012 and all is quiet on the western front ... I'll see myself out.
So much like online cooking recipe, I'll stop the waffle and get into the meat.

The Brisbane Bombers

The Brisbane Bomber Consortium is filled with rich blokes, some of whom used to bank roll the Broncos at one point (the paddock club et. al.). There's good money behind it and the ambition to succeed against the Broncos in a Brisbane v Brisbane world. There was talk that they would form part of a bid in conjunction with the Jets, but that seems to have fallen by the wayside with an update on their site saying that they are solely Brisbane City focused.
Pros: Fresh start, so no dead weight to bring into the comp and have a chance to create a bit of fever pitch before launching. Has great business acumen and the backing of the Sunshine Coast City Council, meaning they'll probably jag Sunshine Coast Falcons as a feeder coming into it.
Colours are original, the branding looks great and seems to be headed up by people who at least understand what it takes to succeed also are collectively worth a few million; worth noting that the consortium includes Rugby League icons Billy Moore & Scott Sattler.
They are passionate about what they want and have indicated that like South Sydney, they want to be community owned and with the board overseeing operations.
Cons: They don't have any history with Brisbane & most people see them here as big business trying to be an NRL team trying to emulate the success and profits of the Broncos. Massive expenses to start up; No centre of excellence, training facilities, base of operations, leagues club, members or revenue apart from the initial buy in from the investors.
The board consists of ten, yes TEN investors - if that doesn't make you flinch you've never seen big business with big boards. Also their website hasn't paid for premium with wordpress, so it still has the wordpress logo in the thumbnail, booooo.
Overall: While a good pitch on paper, in my opinion they just don't have the systems, member-base or the infrastructure to be a decent set up off the bat. The biggest hurdle for them would be getting this off the ground in an NRL that has seen the likes of Nathan Tinkler with promises aplenty. The wishy washy nature of 'we're exploring this' and 'looking at that' is not strong enough to stand up to direct scrutiny. The NRL would be looking for revenue and self-sustainability first and foremost, without that the Consortium will be continually disappointed with the wetness on their trousers from constantly pissing into the wind.
The only thing that would be a certainty is that the Broncos wouldn't get another spoon for five years while these blokes floundered around like flatty on the beach. Also, the name Bombers? That's like a new team in the AFL calling themselves South Sydney Rabbitohs, Bombers are iconic to them, not to us.
I can only ever see this being successful if the Consortium bought out an existing QRL team with a leagues club and all the trimmings (training facilities etc...) and went from there. Finding such a team that would be willing to budge might prove difficult and the alternative might be buying into the QRL, launching themselves and going from there. It would be a slow burn but anything is possible.
Photo: No grounds to show & they state 'three venues are being explored', hrm.
Brisbane Bombers Consortium Website

Brisbane Firehawks

The BRL & QRL foundation club Easts Tigers bid into the NRL, with a change of name as not to clash with Wests Tigers. A club that has produced a ton of talent and built from the ground up as a family club.
Recently have gone through a QRL name change to Brisbane Tigers and a logo spruce up that looks awesome, they're a club that's willing to let go of the past to see the future.
Pros: The staff are nothing short of amazing, from Brian Torpy the CEO all the way down to the players. They are the epitome of 'attitude comes from the top' and the whole place oozes 'no-dickhead policy'.
They own their own (small) stadium, fantastic leaguey, training paddocks and multi-story car-park, along with real estate speculation they have money, members and a solid foundation to build up from. They are sponsored by the Brisbane Suzuki Group, much like the Cowboys Toyota Group as well.
They field a BRL, QRLW, U18, U20 & QRL to feed from, along with potentially picking up Souths Logan & Wynnum as feeders. Easts have a great reputation in and around the QRL and it shows with their willingness to rebrand just to get their shot.
Cons: Firehawks sounds like a Netball team, let's get that out of the road first. They should've thrown a few different options for the members to choose from, but jeeze that's a doozey.
Their training facilities would need to be upgraded tenfold to get them to NRL level, but the good thing is they have the land to do that part. Suburban games would be a nightmare with the the size of the stadium and how porous the entries are, this would also need to be addressed but they are lacking the room and the money to fully take advantage of building a big suburban ground, but as they indicated, they would play out of Suncorp 99% of the time anyway.
Edit: Seems that the same artist has lent a hand to the logo that did the Adelaide 36's. Ty, u/Frodo_NZ for pointing this out. Also their website is bad, you have been warned.
Overall: Great club with a great foundation of support, location, members and revenue. While the little things like training facilities could be ironed out, the big red flag is branding; Firehawks is as American as it comes (I mean, I know there's the Cowboys and not the Drovers and there's the Broncos not the Brumbies etc... so there is the cognitive dissidence in me at work, but Hawk is just ... really American) and just doesn't really fit the NRL.
I thought and still think the same about the Titans, but I've grown to like it and I'm sure this would be the same. It would be great representation for South Brisbane to get a team as Broncos & Crushers are/were both northside.
Langlands Park, Swimming Pool & North Field​
Firehawks Website

[Insert name here] Dolphins

A successful BRL (4 prems, 6 runner ups) & most successful QRL (6 prems, 6 runner ups, 6 minor prems) club has thrown it's hat into the ring after decades of speculation. Long heralded as the the team that all others aspire to be in terms of business acumen and prestige the Dolphins have put forth the strongest bid, in my opinion, of all the other choices. There would need to be a few changes on the front end for it to completely work but they have more than a foundation to succeed.
Pros: Richest club by far in the QRL - Redcliffe City used to be, in my father's terms, 'Inala-by-the-sea'; it was a place full of hoons, bogans and crime. Slowly but surely they stamped it out and have turned the place into some of the most expensive real estate in SEQ. The Dolphins have long been into real estate speculation (similar to the Sharks) and they have leveraged this - going from strength to strength through proper business management while remaining highly successful on the field.
They have an disgustingly huge leagues club that is packed out almost every night of the week. They have gym setup that would be the envy of most NRL clubs. They have five separate full training fields and the entire joint is over 11 hectares in a prime real estate area which is on the canals of Reddy. They have over 40k members and own their own brand new shopping centre with Coles as a the main tenant. What I'm trying to say is, it would be very hard for them to go under as a club, they have too much revenue coming in and zero debt. They have a 10,000 seat (11,500 with standing room) stadium with corporate boxes and five food & drink areas.
They are reporting, probably a little inflated, that their assets are worth $100m with revenue (before cost) is $30m. Probably not far off the mark tbh. I live near the area and much like the Broncos & Brisbane itself, Dolphins & Redcliffe are synonymous. They already have major sponsorships with Village Motor group who could be likened to the Townsville Toyota Group that sponsor the Cowboys.
Like Easts, they field a BRL, U18, U20 & QRL team (and will continue to do so if successful), they have also indicated that Sunshine Coast Falcons have joined the bid and will be a feeder. Dolphins have also hinted at Souths-Logan & Wynnum-Manly will be feeders as well. Moreton Bay Regional Council is the third largest catchment area in Australia (behind Brisbane & Gold Coast), which will also stretch into the Sunshine Coast Council with the addition of the Falcon bid, making it the second largest catchment per population in Australia.
Cons: Once again, in my opinion, Dolphins isn't a strong name. Maybe for the Gold Coast at one stage (before Redcliffe threatened them with legal action) as that's what you envisage when you think of the Coast; sun, surf, babes and Dolphins playing and shit but Reddy's beaches are nothing short of 'meh'. Even if they rebrand to Brisbane, Brissy is not synonymous with sand and playful sea creatures.
Edit: With this said, people have pointed out to me that there's probably nothing wrong with the Dolphins and honestly I do get a bit hyper-critical with all things. It'll probs be fine.
They will keep it though, as they've had the name since 1947 but as to what adjective they'll have before their name is anybody's guess. There has been hints that due to the merged bid of themselves & Sunshine Coast they will be forced into some sort of hybrid name but they've left it up to community response at a later date - which in itself if a bit of a red flag.
They have also just upgraded their website after we gave it the hug of death the other day, so I can't even whinge about that now. The logo defs needs an update too.
Redcliffe is a bitch to get to, it's far out of Brisbane on a peninsular and public transport there is terrible. They will be playing out of Suncorp 90% of the time, but if they want to lump the good in, they have to show the bad as well. Even if they play some games at Sunny Coast stadium, that's a good 50-60 minutes out of Brisbane. Storm have shown that there's an appetite for it up there, but bloody hell it's a long and sometimes dangerous drive.
Overall: If they stick with Suncorp, Brissy gets a game every weekend at one of the best rectangular stadiums in the world. Lots of people hate the Broncos here and I think some fickle supporters would change over, especially after the year Broncos have had.
Edit: Might be worth mentioning that the Brisbane Airport is on the Northside and is only 30 min from Dolphin Stadium, but still.
Dolphin's 11ha Site​
Dolphins Nrl Bid Website (Updated!)
Bid Overall: Brisbane has never had a promoted QRL team - the Broncos were created out of the old Brisbane Combined team but really didn't have a place with Queensland Cup. Personally, I think they have squandered their massive advantage of having 5-6 feeders for years (Capras, Dolphins, Norths, Souths, Wynnum & Jets), have treated them like garbage and we are now seeing the results. This is evident with the likes of the Jets signing with Newcastle, Dolphins signing with Warriors & Toowoomba Mustangs signing with Titans.
With either of the main two bids, Broncos stand to lose two more clubs (Souths-Logan & Wynnum-Manly) reducing their pool to two - Central Queensland Capras & Norths Devils. On the other side of this, is if either bid is successful, it appears Melbourne will lose both feeders and may have to look to somewhere else to get their talent. With that said, Melbourne have a history of not development, but placement. They buy players in from all over the place and put them into Easts or Falcons, not promotion.
We all know Brisbane needs a second team as it's a densely populated area of people who love league but as to what it will look like, it's up to the NRL now - it's for this reason I haven't put the Western Corridor bid, Perth or the PNG bid in.
Personally I'd love for the day that PNG are in the NRL, as I think they deserve to be but they are a little too far off just yet (also Oil Search Stadium is bloody amazing, it's literally Pepper Stadium but with an extra side built in and a couple of changes, they bought the plans off of the Panthers.). PNG with a John Cartwright or another NRL level assistant coach as head coach would kill it.
Just as an aside, PNG were looking at joining with the Northern Pride to be a combined team, training in Cairns and playing out of Townsville/Port Moresby/BB Print Stadium. How awesome would that be?
Waffle aside, what do you guys think?
Edit: Just to preface, I'm a Norths Devils supporter through and through. They put their hand up for about five seconds before going, 'nah', sadfais.
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2020.09.27 13:28 sp1ke0kill3r A New Article on P52 in New Testament Studies

A new paper on P52
Nongbri writes
When I was working in Australia several years ago, I ordered a copy of Medea Norsa’s big palaeographic album through interlibrary loan. When it arrived, I noticed two things: It came from the University of Western Australia in Perth, and Turner’s name was inscribed in his own handwriting on the inside of the front cover. A quick check of UWA’s library catalog revealed that UWA held the personal papers and library of Eric Turner. When I later visited Perth, I stopped in at UWA and examined Turner’s materials. My trip was short, so I didn’t have time to work thoroughly through everything there, but I did get an overview of the collection, and I was able to look at several of his books, including his copy of the editio princeps of P.Ryl. 3.457. What I found was quite revealing. Next to a selection of the palaeographic parallels suggested by Roberts, Turner had simply written “Not dated,” indicating that Roberts was using one undated manuscript to assign a date to another undated manuscript, a procedure that is now recognized as dubious.
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2020.09.26 12:22 CowFos Pick 3 Prospects Round Up

I thought it could be handy to create a single post to discuss possible draft options for our first pick this year. Because our later picks will almost certainly be soaked up through matching bids for Campbell and Gulden there isn't much point in looking anyone outside of the range of pick 3.
A few notes
If this goes well and there is continued discussion in this thread I'd be down to keep it updated and expand it a bit. It could also be handy to have a mod pin it for visibility.
Here are the links to the power rankings/phantom form guides I used

Twomey Rating Aussie Rules Draft Central Knightmare Rating Name Position Height/Weight Highlights Road To The Draft Interview Profile
2 3 2 Logan McDonald Tall Forward 196/85 giantroo RTTD Draft Watch
9 5 3 Will Phillips Midfielder 180/79 giantroo RTTD Draft Watch
4 6 6 Riley Thilthorpe Key Forward/Ruck 200/99 giantroo Draft Watch
3 2 4 Elijah Hollands MidfieldeForward 188/85 giantroo RTTD Draft Watch
5 4 15 Denver Grainger-Barras Key Defender 195/78 giantroo Draft Watch
6 5 8 Tanner Bruhn Midfielder 182/73 giantroo Draft Watch
8 7 7 Braeden Campbell (Swans Academy) Midfielder 180/73 giantroo RTTD Draft Watch
15 n/a n/a Errol Gulden (Swans Academy) MidfieldeForward 171/71 - Draft Watch

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2020.09.26 10:36 littleblackcat Where in Perth do pick up artists/ dating coaches etc prey on women?

I was reminiscing with a friend from back home about our favourite spot (Kinokuniya Sydney) and he told me there was a scandal earlier in the year where it was revealed pick up coaches would prey on the customers there.
https://www.smh.com.au/culture/books/much-loved-bookstore-kinokuniya-targeted-by-pick-up-artists-20200125-p53unj.html
While my friend has nothing to worry about in that regard (he is a man) it shook and upset me and I can't stop thinking about how that could be happening here.
Does anyone know where these men go in Perth, if anywhere? I'm alone in book stores and cafes quite often and would like to know where to stay away from and warn my friends
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2020.09.26 06:47 CurSezZ7923 $1500AUD for my mate

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Gaming: Escape from tarkov, siege, overwatch
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
$1500AUD
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
Within a few weeks
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
144hz monitor
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Perth, Australia. No
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
N/A
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
No
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
No
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Mid tower with window
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Standard windows 10
Extra info or particulars:
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2020.09.23 21:34 agoldenzebra r/SubredditAdoption Directory

Below are the the posts that are available for adoption right now. This post is updated every morning (PST), so it may be a bit out of date!
For more details on what SubredditAdoption is, please check out the announcement post.
Available Subreddits
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2020.09.23 12:16 Gamer_of_Death13 What is the time and date for the BTS dynamite party royale thing for perth

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2020.09.22 11:59 Altmac97 Chill date ideas?

Girlfriend and I want to have a very easy and chill date night that isn't stay in on a Friday night. Where are some fun places that are relaxing or chill in Perth?
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2020.09.22 07:09 VikingKingRengar Ex Housemate refuses to return jackets from my passed Grandfather and $3000 camera.

Im in Perth, My Property is in Queensland.
In 2017, I moved from the Gold Coast to Perth for my then housemate and friend, to help with her safety, her abusive boyfriend and the father of her child. Along with this I did a huge photoshoot (inc. Video, printed and framed copies etc) for her mothers wedding at a heavily discounted rate yet was never paid, both my girlfriend and I regularly babysat for her while she would go out to get laid (often we were given no choice, she would just pack up and say shes off).
This housemate and I were meant to be family, when my bio family kicked me to the curb, hers took me in, my last name is even legally changed to theirs, with their blessing and encouragement (however I am changing it soon as I plan to propose to my girlfriend and she deserves better than to be associated with these people)
Because we had already lived together on the Gold Coast we had agreed that I would leave some stuff at her pops place for safe keeping until she could go back and bring them home to me, this included various items including 2 Jackets my grandfather left me after he passed away.
Fast forward to 2019, said housemate and I got into massive argument over her using me as a nanny, abusing her cat and her kid, and missing money in the house which resulted in her packing up and leaving our lease with no notice, taking the $3000 camera that I shot her mothers wedding with among 90% of the other household items, destroying the walls on her way out, which I had to pay for, and such a huge mess we lost more than half the bond (which she still tried to get from our real estate)
Since then I have been trying to get my possessions back with no avail (including a years worth of messages from our other housemate we lived with, dated up until this last sunday, of him BEGGING her to give them back). I finally emailed her a legal notice and warned I would take her to court and she has demanded that I pay for her to have return flights from Perth to the Gold Coast to retrieve them (even though she could have, at any point, just contacted her family living there) and even then she cant guarantee that they are even still there as her pop recently threw a lot of stuff out. This has caused me so much distress as my grandfather meant the world to me (I know why did I leave them them right? ) My grandfather was the one man that truly believed in me and that I would go far in life despite my disabilities.
I attempted to make an appointment with a lawyer but was turned down as the property laws in QLD (where the jackets are) are different to WA (where I, and the ex-roommate are).
I dont really care about the money that I am owed or even the camera, I just want my 2 Jackets back and I dont know how to go about getting them returned. If anyone has any advice it will be so very appreciated!
Thank you for taking the time to read!
TL;DR Shitty ex housemate is being a jerk about giving my stuff back and Im being forced to lawyer up.
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2020.09.21 14:27 goshimawkward Where to go for Hot Sauce in Perth?

Been hunting for Blair's Ultra Death sauce, and as per advice went to the International Beer Shop in Leedy but found it to be a bit lacking.
Any tips on where to go to satisfy a hot sauce fiend? This thread is a bit out of date - https://old.reddit.com/perth/comments/5733jn/best_place_in_perth_to_buy_hot_sauces/
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2020.09.21 10:31 VikingKingRengar Ex Housemate refuses to return Jackets from my passed Grandfather and $3000 camera.

Im in Perth, Australia, My Property is in Queensland, Australia.
In 2017, I moved from the Gold Coast to Perth for my then housemate and friend, to help with her safety, her abusive boyfriend and the father of her child. Along with this I did a huge photoshoot (inc. Video, printed and framed copies etc) for her mothers wedding at a heavily discounted rate yet was never paid, both my girlfriend and I regularly babysat for her while she would go out to get laid (often we were given no choice, she would just pack up and say shes off). This housemate and I were meant to be family, when my bio family kicked me to the curb, hers took me in, my last name is even legally changed to theirs, with their blessing and encouragement (however I am changing it soon as I plan to propose to my girlfriend and she deserves better than to be associated with these people) Because we had already lived together on the Gold Coast we had agreed that I would leave some stuff at her pops place for safe keeping until she could go back and bring them home to me, this included various items including 2 Jackets my grandfather left me after he passed away.
Fast forward to 2019, said housemate and I got into massive argument over her using me as a nanny, abusing her cat and her kid, and missing money in the house which resulted in her packing up and leaving our lease with no notice, taking the $3000 camera that I shot her mothers wedding with among 90% of the other household items, destroying the walls on her way out, which I had to pay for, and such a huge mess we lost more than half the bond (which she still tried to get from our real estate) Since then I have been trying to get my possessions back with no avail (including a years worth of messages from our other housemate we lived with, dated up until this last sunday, of him BEGGING her to give them back). I finally emailed her a legal notice and warned I would take her to court and she has demanded that I pay for her to have return flights from Perth to the Gold Coast to retrieve them (even though she could have, at any point, just contacted her family living there) and even then she cant guarantee that they are even still there as her pop recently threw a lot of stuff out. This has caused me so much distress as my grandfather meant the world to me (I know why did I leave them them right? ) My grandfather was the one man that truly believed in me and that I would go far in life despite my disabilities.
I attempted to make an appointment with a lawyer but was turned down as the property laws in QLD (where the jackets are) are different to WA (where I, and the ex-roommate are). I dont really care about the money that I am owed or even the camera, I just want my 2 Jackets back and I dont know how to go about getting them returned. If anyone has any advice it will be so very appreciated! Thank you for taking the time to read!
TL;DR Shitty ex housemate is being a jerk about giving my stuff back and Im being forced to lawyer up.
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2020.09.20 09:26 exhaledis $2500-$2700 AUD gaming pc :)

> **What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.**
> **What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?**
> **When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.**
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[Lot 3] [Mercanti - Only 141 Exist!!!] 1 50 POB
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[Lot 17] [Deep Cameo Proof HOF] 1 $49.75
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[Lot 19] [Perfect DEEP CAMEO Proof Washington Roll] 3 $325
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[Lot 21] [10 oz Morgan Bar] 1 $295
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2020.09.16 12:50 Mitchlou84 Travel Diary - I am 35 years old, live in the UK and this week am on holiday in Scotland driving the North Coast 500 with my dog

I am 35 years old make £50,000 live in NW UK and work as an accountant. This week i’m on holiday with just my dog, driving round the North Coast 500, Scotland’s answer to Route 66.
Day 1 - Saturday
6.30am -Eeek it’s here... I wake up and bring coffee upstairs to bed with the dog M for a last cuddle. I’m going to really miss my husband D but I do understand him not wanting to close his business again so soon after being closed for 3 months due to Covid. It might seem odd me holidaying on my own but we are very happily married - honest.
8am - I start getting my stuff together. I’m not a big fan of breakfast early on after waking up, but I have a long way to go today so I grab a muffin.I get myself ready, then get D to walk with me to the park, so that M can be thoroughly emptied and he gets a good run around. He’s not over pleased with his new car harness (he usually travels in D’s car with a dog guard) but I strap him in and off we set. 334 miles to go...
9am - I blast some tunes and M goes straight to sleep, and I push through until Gretna Green which takes just under 2 hours. I’ve often driven past here, but never stopped, but I need a wee and think it’s time to let M out too. We have a quick walk through around the visitor centre complex.
11.30am - I then hop back in the car, and my next stop is the Starbucks at the services. I had made myself a packed lunch but I annoyingly left it in the fridge and so I pick up a tuna melt and an iced coffee from some credit on my app. I’m breezing along at this point, the scenery looks stunning and I can’t understand why the sat nav is saying it’s going to take so long to arrive. I make a quick stop at a lay-by just to see if M wants a wee or a drink. Then I hit the outskirts of Perth... What should be the last hour takes 2, in fact it takes 30 minutes to drive a mile. I’m absolutely exhausted by this point and M is telling me he’s understandably fed up. We start moving again and I’m so tired it’s getting dangerous, and I notice that some of the lay-bys have access to a lovely riverside path, so I stop. I put M on his lead and we just do a 10 minute walk, which makes both of us feel better. Then the last 30 minutes through the most stunning scenery, and we’re here. Kingussie in the Cairngorms. I check in, this was one of the cheapest hotels and it’s great, they upgraded me to en-suite which was super kind, and the room is great albeit very hot.
4.30pm - I dump my bags and head straight out with M. I find a couple of places to let him off, then a lovely river for him to cool off as he’s super warm. Then to the hotel bar for a well deserved cold pint £4. The staff and (fairly well lubricated for 5pm) locals are so unbelievably friendly, couldn’t have picked a better place to stay. I shower as I’m dripping, get changed into something cooler, which I sweat in immediately as the room is boiling, then we walk out to where I have booked for dinner - the tipsy laird. The staff again are super friendly, and I order a cider, and the Tipsy burger with cheese. Everyone loved M and he was brought water straight away, but the only problem was that the table I was given was on the through flow to the toilets/kitchen so he was up and down like a yo yo saying hi to everyone, and I didn’t get the most relaxed meal. The burger comes though and it’s massive! Big feed for £12. I decide to leave after this, we’re parked in the middle of the through flow really, and it’s not super restful for either of us, so I pay the bill £15.65 and walk back the same way as earlier Max can have a run around and I phone D for a quick chat.
8.00pm - I head back to my hotel and buy a bottle of wine. £15.50 that I drink a glass of in the bar, a glass in bed, and pack the rest for another night. I watch a bit of tv on my iPad, and have an early night as we have an adventure tomorrow...
Miles travelled - 334 Hotel - £55 Amount spent - £55.64 including a half tank of petrol the night before
Day 2 - Sunday
7.00am- I had set an alarm this morning, as I have a bit to do, and I want to pre-empt any wee needs as we are 2 floors up in the hotel. He’s also had loads of water as it’s boiling. I didn’t get the best night sleep unfortunately which is a shame as the bed is amazingly comfortable. The room was unfortunately just super hot, nothing they could do as it’s been a heat wave. I’ve also never stayed away with M before except with family and he was hot and unsettled. So I had the window open, but all the young lads from Kingussie unfortunately decided to congregate under our window, playing their music from the car speakers making him quite understandably stressed. So I throw on last nights clothes and we go for a quick walk, then I come back up and shower, make coffee and pack the million things I seem to have brought up to the room. Not easy to travel light with a dog. I would have liked to have had breakfast here, but the hotel and both coffee shops in the village don’t open until 9, and I need to be on the road. So I just eat a muesli bar from the car and we head off towards Aviemore. Unfortunately my car sat nav gets me hugely lost, and keeps trying to send me down down gravel tracks to get on the A9 which surprise surprise don’t lead me onto a massive dual carriageway... I end up back tracking all the way I came as I had no phone signal to double check. Turns out I should have just carried on a few more miles. Puts me a bit behind schedule.
9.30am - I park the car at the air bnb that I booked, quickly pack a day rucksack and we frog-march down to the train station, as today, we’re going on a steam train. M’s first time on a train. I collect the tickets (£16.25 + £1 for M) and find our table. They have sold only half of the tables for social distancing and it’s really well organised. We choo choo off. It’s very picturesque, but mostly fields etc but still a worthwhile little outing. M isn’t quite as interested and goes to sleep. We get out at the first stop as I want to split my ticket, so I get a reservation for the later train back. They sort this for me (again everyone is super friendly) so I jump back on again. At the terminus I get out again for some photos and a leg stretch.
12.00pm - Back at the Boat Of Garten stop we gather our things and get off, as we have a reservation at the Boat inn for lunch. I order a pint of cider, and a sandwich and chips. We just hang out here for a while, well ages really as our train back isn’t until 3.30pm, unfortunately the middle train of the day got cancelled with Covid. About half way through I get a bit peckish again and order a sticky toffee pud and a glass of rose. I pay the bill which comes to £36.25. It’s coming up for our return train time so we wander back to the station, and not long after the train arrives.
3.30pm - We board and chug our noisy way back to Aviemore station, where I have a quick wee and then we walk the 30 mins back up to our air bnb to check in. I booked a tiny house just outside of Aviemore, and it’s ideal.. The lady who owns and runs it (it’s in her garden) has broken her elbow, but her Mum is there looking after her and they both show me around and make a fuss of M. I have a quick shower, and we both just chill out for a bit as we are exhausted. I decide not to go out tonight. It’s been a long couple of days, so I think fish and chips, a glass of wine and Netflix is on the cards. As I’m just about to head out the owner lets her dog in the garden and they have a fab 20 min play whilst I chat to Karen who is truly lovely.
7pm - I nip to the Co-op where I pick up a bottle of wine, and a pack of hot cross buns and some utterly butterly for the next 2 mornings breakfasts which costs £9.30, and then I order Haddock and chips for me, and a sausage for Max, £11.05. I head back to the cabin, get in my PJ’s, and just have a lovely chill. The cabin is amazing as night time wee’s can be achieved by just opening the door into the garden, shame I’m only here 2 nights. Write my trippie, and sleep like the dead.
Miles travelled in a car - should have been 15 but was actually more like 30 Miles travelled on a train - 20 Accommodation - £75 Amount spent - £73.95
Day 3 - Monday
6.00am - I wake up early so I nip to the toilet and then am just able to open the cabin door to the garden, and M can sort himself out which is just so easy. I take my medication then we both get back into (our separate) beds for a bit and fall back asleep. I wake up at about 8.30am to a snoring dog. I pop the kettle on, make myself a coffee then toast 2 hot cross buns for breakfast, setting off the smoke alarm in the process. Both fully breakfasted I pack a bag, load the car and we’re off to Loch Morlich.
10am - I find the right car park after a couple of bodged attempts, and scrape together the £1.50 car parking charge. I get a leaflet with a map (just worth pointing out I’m fair terrible with maps) and set off towards the beach. Well Mr water baby practically drags me in when he sees the loch. After a couple of false starts, me going the wrong way, then me following the wrong colour signs, and a brief occasion where M may have decided to join some kayakers, we get on the right trail, we are going to walk all the way round the Loch, about 6km. It’s quite warm, and very midgey but stunningly beautiful and we don’t see anyone for the first half until we start to come across people who are doing shorter walks from the other way. Towards the end we cross a bridge and I lose my path altogether, I know I’m not right but I am right next to the loch and can see where I need to go, so I just clip him on the lead and we follow the road. Later on I see where I need to be; the path is elevated on the other side of the road, but I decide scrambling up verges next to busy roads isn’t overly sensible. We make it back to the beach, let the boy have one last swim, then head back to the car where much towelling is done, as well as a bit of pre lunch damage control with wet wipes and a clean t-shirt for me.
12.30pm -Our lunch stop is the Old Bridge Inn, and so I park up and we wander in. It’s a beautiful old pub, and it’s Monday today and the UK govt eat out to help out scheme and so it’s 50% off. I order a cheese board which comes and is absolutely fab (but why do they never give you enough crackers) and a pint of cider. I have a little nose popping up to see if there is any cheese going spare. I eventually catch someone’s eye and ordered a piece of cheesecake. This comes with sorbet which makes me really happy as I love sorbet (and can’t eat ice cream). I get the bill which comes to a mere £11.90. This Eat out to help out is really going to help me stay within budget.
2.00pm - Back in the car, we drive back up the road to the home of the Cairngorm reindeer herd. The hill walk is one of the things I would have loved to do (I did it in 2008 though) but obviously no dogs are allowed, and due to Covid the little paddocks with a few to pat and snap are closed. I drive up regardless though just to see if I can spot one from a distance. Unfortunately no luck, so I head all the way back through Aviemore where I stop at the Cairngorm Brewery to choose some beers for DH as a gift. I debate dropping the car and going out for a drink, but M can barely keep his eyes open, and so I nip to the Co-op for a cold bottle of Prosecco. I still do have a couple of half bottles of wine, but neither are cold, so I’ll drink them later in the trip when I get a fridge or a bar with ice I can pinch.
4.00pm I just have a shower, get in bed for a bit, have a glass of Prosecco, message D and write my notes.
6.00pm - After a bit of a chill out, I get dressed, sort a few bits out then we wander out and into the village. On the way past we stop at a stone circle I spotted on google maps, pretty funky and right in the middle of a residential area. We get to our dinner reservation half an hour early, but they kindly seat me anyway, but just say I can’t order food until my reservation time which is no problem. It is super busy and it takes a while to get a drink, but I just read my book. I decide on a smokey chilli chicken pizza and skin on fries, and it comes and it’s massive! Also very spicy but really tasty, can’t complain at all. Total including 2 glasses of wine was £20.75, an absolute bargain. I love this eat out to help out business!
8.00pm - We wander back to our little cabin. Pj’s and a chill out in bed, we’re moving on tomorrow and it’s an early start so to sleep for both of us.. a lovely day and I’m so glad to have seen Aviemore again, but I’m excited to move on and see some more new places.
Miles travelled in a car - 15 Accommodation - £75 Amount spent - £51.35
Day 4 - Tuesday
7.00am - When the alarm goes off I snooze a couple of times, then start the process of showering and getting dressed whilst trying to make coffee and breakfast, pack and sort Mout all at once. I wash the dishes, then load the car, and off we go. Our first stop today is Dochgarroch lock, as we are going on a Loch Ness cruise.
9.00am - We make cracking time which is good as it did take me a little longer than expected to get everything in the car. We pass road signs highlighting a yellow weather warning for heavy rain (hello Britain) so I pack both our rain coats just in case. The boat is ready for us, so we wander on and sit outside at the back so I don’t have to wear a mask for 2 hours.
9.30am - We set off, chugging slowly down the canal, past the smallest lighthouse in Britain, and then when we enter Loch Ness we really pick up speed, charging right down the centre. No rain yet, in actual fact it’s very sunny so I keep swapping seats to try and get shade for us both, as stupid Mummy remembered his water bottle, but not his bowl to drink from. Yesterday when I went to the brewery, I completely forgot to pick up a beer or two for my best friends birthday, so when I see the Loch Ness lagers on the bar onboard, I buy 2. £9.20 which serves me right for not being smarter yesterday as they are double the cost. We pootle past Urquhart castle which I have visited myself back in the day, and I get some photos as they turn the boat round for us all to see. A lady is on board who is a single Mum with 2 kids (at least one special needs) and 3 chocolate Labradors. She managed to remember a water bowl though (what a human being) and she sends her little girl over to offer M water. I feel like my dog is quite rightly judging my parenting skills at this point as he pointedly drinks up like he’s not been offered water in days. We start to head back up the canal, and I must say I’ve really enjoyed it. Well worth it.
11.00am - Get back to the car and the first stop is filling the car up with Diesel. This comes to £45.47 but I buy a meal deal for £4.95 too as I’m getting hungry. Quick wee stop then I’m on the road,this is my first actual section of the NC500. First stop is Dornoch Beach. I park up for free and give M a real treat, a swim in the sea. I’m a bit nervous as it’s busier than expected but he’s completely excellent and charges around like a loon, but comes back to me with no issue at all. Much towelling and cold drinks for both of us, then back in the car. I’m looking for the stone remembering the last witch execution in 1727, it’s now in someone’s garden, but I find it.
1pm - On the road again we go, this time just to the outside of Dunrobin castle. I would definitely have paid to enter here and see the falconry display, but it’s not dog friendly. So I just take a photo and have a nosy, then it’s north again. This time it’s a quick stop at Cairn Liath, an old stone Broch. This is fabulous, we have to cross the A9 on foot which is a little hairy, but so worth it. I can let M off and we both have a good nosy around.
3.00pm - My last stop is a museum called the Timespan museum which I have read you can take dogs into. Unfortunately it’s closed though, so we decide just to push onto Wick where we are staying tonight. The roads get incredibly hilly, and I see my first Highland coo... you just wouldn’t imagine here you are anywhere near a big town, but then all of a sudden, a lidl, a retail park, and a town, with a wetherspoons
4.30pm -Find the hotel and check in, super friendly again. And I have a massive room on the ground floor near an exit to the car park, so incredibly thoughtful. The bed is huge too. I decide to go for a walk through town, I snap a photo of the world’s shortest street. And then I hunt down the Wetherspoons. I sit outside with M and order a pint of strongbow on the app. Absolutely ideal because I don’t even need to go inside to order and therefore leave him. I then realise I can order bar snacks from the app too, I even get 50% off my peanuts. If I’m honest, if i had known i could eat outside, and that it would be dry I would have eaten here tonight, but it is undoubtedly better to give the money to the independents after all. I stay here rather longer than expected, mostly because I realise my watch has not quite stopped but gone very slow. I spend under a tenner here including buying a bag of crisps for the car tomorrow. 7pm - Back to the room and I shower and get changed, feed M then wander to the hotel dining room. I’m eating in the residents lounge so I can keep M with me. To be honest with you, I think he’d prefer to be in the room in bed, but the hotel is packed with people coming past, and I’m worried he’ll bark if he gets startled so I keep him with me and he goes to sleep on the carpet. Then starts flirting with the Scottish ladies visiting. I order a wine, mozzarella sticks and chicken jalfrezi which are quite nice. This costs £20.50. I ring D, write my notes, then head to bed. It’s been a busy day, but a really good one..
Mikes travelled in a car - 149 Accommodation - £86.95 Amount spent -£91.48 but I have plenty of budget left from prior days to chip into the petrol
Day 5 - Wednesday
8am- Waking up I take the boss out for a quick wee, then head back to the room. Breakfast for him and shower for me. This hotel has been absolutely ideal, the only negative for me is that the walls and ceilings were paper thin, and I think the other guests of the hotel found the Wetherspoons too. This made M a bit unsettled as it was pitch black by this time and quite noisy, so I had to sleep the first part of the night with my foot in his bed to keep him calm. But then all went quiet and we had a lovely night sleep. The bed was amazing. We have breakfast in the residents lounge, which was great, and they even bring M a sausage.
9.30am - Then it’s time to check out, we’ve been very leisurely this morning because a couple of the first suggested stops are here in Wick, but don’t open until 10. I first head in the car to the Old Pulteney whisky distillery to look at souvenirs for D. The weather this morning is overcast to say the least, and I drive through some very industrial type areas. The town has a very different look and feel to it than yesterday strangely. I arrive and the smell of the whisky greets me, but unfortunately also does a sign saying they were closed. I snap a photo then off we go. Next is the Wick Heritage museum. I arrive at 10.04am to a big closed sign on the door. I decide to sit it out for a minute, and a lady does arrive and go through the door about 10.10am, but despite sitting it out for a while, the door remains shut with the big closed sign on the door. I know these places are small, but I wish they had updated their website/social media as I had got the impression they would be open. I won’t be deterred at my next stop though, Tesco petrol station, I only need just over a tenner, but it’s really cheap so decide to top the tank up and it’s on to John O’Groats. I’m glad we didn’t stay here the night, but it was a great little stop. Thankfully most things are open, so I head into the little Brewery and get D 3 local beers from the brewery in the village £10.50, then grab myself a coffee for the car, £2.90.
11.30am - It’s then onto Duncansby head lighthouse. And a bit of a walk over the field to the sea stacks. I really enjoyed it here too. The Castle of Mey is my next stop, this once used to be owned by the Queen mother and apparently has lovely gardens. I was hoping to be able to nip in like Dunrobin yesterday for a quick mooch and a photo, but they are only letting people in with pre-booked gardens tickets. They are super friendly though and point out where on the road I can get a quick photo. Then it’s onwards and upwards again. I follow the signs then for Dunnet Head. This is the most furtherly north place in the UK (not actually John O’Groats). This was a longish single track road to get there, and again there is a lighthouse, and viewpoints over to the Orkney islands. Again very worth the trip up and Max enjoys the walk around. Good practice for the single track roads too.
1.30pm -Back down the long winding track and it’s the Dunnet Bay gin distillery next. I don’t drink gin either, but my husband and best friend do, so I nip in and buy them some souvenirs £19.50. I’m desperate for a wee at this point, and the lady from the gin shop points me next door to hotel where they have outdoor toilets they don’t mind people using. I notice a really busy eating area, and a quick google later and they are doing eat out to help out. It’s nearly 2pm by this point, and I’m hungry, so I grab Max and sit outside. I order a lime and soda and some mac and cheese. This turns out to be a great idea, as I don’t really see anywhere else to stop on the way, it’s also delicious and costs me a whole £6.48. I spy a sign for a beach, and the boy has been so good, we go for a walk on Dunnet Bay Beach. This is absolutely stunning, and we both absolutely love it. Well I do until he brings me a present of half a dead fish.
3.30pm - Onto our destination for the evening, the village of Tongue. It doesn’t look that far, but the roads quickly become single track, very hilly and winding, and this time there are HGV’s rumbling past. I have to be honest I find it fairly traumatic, and don’t really get to take in the very stunning scenery for trying to avoid sheep who are napping in the passing places! I really wish I had stopped to photograph the roads. Truly beautiful but I didn’t half wish D was here. But I make it in one piece, with a rather big sigh of relief. I unclench my hands, and check into my room, it’s a single which is no problem, in fact the bathroom is bigger than the bedroom strangely. They have left me a complementary bottle of wine though which is a nice touch (I pack this for another night) I have a cool shower and just chill out for an hour or so with my book. It’s very warm, and incredibly midgey, I must have about 50 bites on me, but the bed is comfy. We go down and I order dinner, onion bhaji’s followed by lamb shank. The food is a little expensive, but absolutely lovely. I’m quite tired, so I take M out for a very quick walk round the village, then we head back upstairs. I think I have a lot of single track driving to do in the morning, so I have an early night watching MAFS Australia in bed. I think the older I get the earlier my bedtimes do 😂 It’s been a really good day despite a couple of closure early on.
Miles travelled in a car - 95 Accommodation - £60 Amount spent £79.50
Day 6 - Thursday
7.30am - I wake up to my alarm. Both of us slept really well. Think M is getting used to hotels now. It’s fairly wet, wild and windy this morning, but my weather app tells me it should be fairly short lived. For today anyway. Usual dog wee, shower, and packing up of our worldly possessions.
8.30am - I go down for breakfast, having packed the dog bed in the car, to find that I can’t have him with me for breakfast. I decide as it’s cool the car is the safer option, but I rush through breakfast as quickly as I can. I sneak a couple of bits out in a napkin to the car for him, then I pack up and check out.
9am - We drive for the first hour on single track roads, stunningly beautiful again but thankfully quieter so I build confidence a bit. I soon figure out the best way for me to slot in behind someone at a safe distance and almost take a tow. That way they make the call to go or stop, and I just follow. It takes me an hour to do 28 miles, but I’m happy enough pootling along. In fact my first tow is a campervan doing 30, but then I progress later to a VW Sirvocco doing 40, go me...
10am - Our first stop today was Smoo Cave, well what a fab stop, and I’m even able to let the little monster have a swim. It’s stunningly beautiful, and well worth the 10 minute walk back up and down. It has got very very warm, completely different to how it looked this morning when I got up.
11am - Only a few miles away was the Balnakeil craft village. I make a pit stop first at the famous Cocoa Mountain, where I get a coffee which comes with 4 chocolates for £5.95. I was going to buy D some chocolates to take home from here, but they are £1 a chocolate, and I’m worried they’ll end up in a soggy mess by the time I get home as it’s warmer than expected. So I just sit in the sun with my coffee for a bit have a quick nosy in one of the shops, but I’m no good in a mask, so I head back to the car and get on my way.
12pm- I snap some photos of the famous Kylesku bridge, then carry on, I miss the sign for the Rock shop which is recommended, this is possibly because it may be closed, and decide to do the optional detour to Lochinver. This wasn’t the best call. It’s 11 miles which does take about 20 minutes each way, and I head to the pottery shop. Well it’s all stunning, but at over £35 for a mug, it isn’t the souvenir shop for me. I haven’t had any lunch, so I stop at the Lochinver larder, a famous pie shop. Well all I want to do is buy a takeaway pie for lunch, but after 10 minutes in the queue which is just to pay, and seeing that no one who has ordered since I’ve arrived has got their lunch, I give up, I don’t want to leave M in the car for any longer. Luckily I have a spare pack of crisps and some haribo in the car.
2pm - Continuing on towards Ullapool which is my stop for the night, I spy the sign for the ruins of Ardvreck castle. Well this is a great stop and cheers us both up. He gets to swim, and I walk and clear my head. It is so beautiful, and we both really enjoy it. Not long after another sign for the Knockan Crag geological reserve. We enjoyed this too and walk the loop above the car park reading the signs and looking at the exhibits.
4pm - Not far from here to Ullapool, so we bundle back in the car and check in. It’s motel style, and can park straight outside the door, much easier for lugging our stuff in and out. Accommodation options in Ullapool weren’t cheap, this cost £95 for the room, and is 20 mins walk from the village, but it serves food and they are very nice, if a little Covid stressed.
4.30pm - We decide to follow their route to the village to give M a good walk. Ullapool is smaller than expected, but it’s very rugged and picturesque. We have a quick drink in the Seaforth inn £7, but then the bad weather is clearly coming in, and it starts raining, I’ve come out in flip flops, and a t-shirt, so not the most sensible, but it was sunny when I left half an hour ago. We nip into the Ferry Boat inn who kindly offer us a 30 min rain respite before their table bookings, and that’s all it takes. It’s sunny again. £5.50 for a glass of wine.
7pm - We wander back up the hill and order some food, goats cheese to start which is really tasty, and pepperoni pizza which is lovely but could do with 5 more mins in the oven. The owners are lovely, and we have a good chat; then it’s time for bed. Chat to D, tv, book and bed.
Miles travelled in a car - 104 Accommodation - £95 Amount spent - £61
Day 7 - Friday
7.30am - I wake up just before my alarm. Didn’t hear a peep out of the hound last night. He’s definitely now a hotel kinda dog. Pack everything up which is so much easier with the car parked right outside. Then I drive round for breakfast. I’m not really hungry but I do my best.
9.00am - I nip to Tesco to get some car snacks and a birthday card for my niece, £8.80, then join the queue for the petrol station on the way out of the village. I decide to fill up just in case which comes to £21.23. We set off, and our first stop is the Corrieshalloch gorge which has an incredible suspension bridge. We have a wander about and snap some photos, then back to the car for us.
11am - It’s then a detour to Mellon Udringle beach, this is up a single track road, I start to wonder if I have gone wrong, but I get there and it’s beautiful. M charges around and swims for ages. I had noticed a field of sheep when we arrived, but what I stupidly hadn’t noticed was the field had no fences. I turned round and M was nose to nose with a rather large ram with horns bigger than me. They were just looking at each other. I screeched and grabbed him quick and we toddle back off to the car and back on the road. There are some famous gardens at Inverewe which sound fab, but we can’t take dogs in so we didn’t stop.
1pm - About a mile or two before the village of Gairloch I hear some funny noises (followed by a funny smell) from the back seat. I quickly turn round and see a sea of vomit. Now anyone who knows me knows that I can deal with all the poo in the world, but I’m terrible with vomit. I think it’s a belly full of sea water as normally he has a gut of iron. I quickly find a petrol station and pull in, finding somewhere to tie poor M up I try to deal with the back seat. I throw the towel straight in the bin which caught most of it, but it’s everywhere and he clearly is feeling really poorly and I can’t set off yet. Leaving him tied up in the shade with some water I take the opportunity to jet wash the car as it’s covered in bird poo and he eats his body weight in grass, then throws it all back up again. Feeling safe enough to set off, we literally make it to the next parking stop, and we limp on like this for some time. We get to the Victoria falls car park, and a short walk seems to do him a bit of good. The falls are lovely, but it’s very very midgey.
3pm - A little further on we reach the shores of Loch Maree. It’s a lot less midgey here, so I sit on a rock next to the car, and he just potters about eating grass and paddling his feet in the water, and he seems to be a bit better. So we set off properly again. We reach Torridon and decide not to stop for a drink, but plod on. The roads get very narrow but it’s incredibly beautiful.
4.30pm -Arriving at our destination for the night, Lochcarron, I have a drive through the village, then head off to a tartan shop called Lochcarron weavers. I was looking for cushions or maybe a rug, but I end up buying DH a lovely woollen jumper that’s on sale at £40, guessed the sizes so fingers crossed. I decide to leave the ruins of Strome castle for the morning, so we drive back to the Loch, and I spot a fish and chip van. I’ve had no lunch with vomit gate, so I just get a portion of chips, and I eat them on a bench looking out over the Loch, but then the rain starts so we go check in. Now I must say the reviews of this place were terrible. But it was cheap, dog friendly and right where we needed to be, so I decided to take it with a pinch of salt. I’m glad I did, the room does look a little dated, but it’s clean, very friendly and I’m on the ground floor. My room in Ullapool last night was dated too but cost £95, today was £55. I give him some water and a nap (but no tea as yet which causes some consternation) then we wander next door to the barestaurant when he has had a good rest.
6pm - The food looks fab. An older lady with her son orders the special of ribs, and I’m sold. I order a leek and goats cheese tart followed by the ribs, the food is a little dear, the starter alone is £9, but we are very remote and it is very tasty. I would normally have had a helper with the ribs, but I didn’t dare, so I got a lot of incredulous puppy stares. Instead a tiny portion of dry dog biscuits for him, and a glass of wine for me from the car, and an early night again.
Miles travelled in a car - 130 Accommodation - £55 Amount spent - £73.93
Day 8 - Saturday
5am - I wake up in the pitch black to the unmistakeable sound of retching. Jump up, put the lights on and there are 3 piles to deal with.. thankfully just undigested grass really, and I have my handy wet wipes so we have it cleaned up in no time, and I decide to take him out to see if he needs a wee or anything whilst I’m awake. We just have a quick walk along the water front, being careful not to get locked out of the hotel, then back in and it’s back to bed for both of us.
8am - Getting up again and the monster seems to be feeling much better. We go next door for breakfast, but I just have a yoghurt and a croissant. It was lovely though. I really enjoyed this hotel, it was friendly, laid back and right on the route. I pack up the room, and give M a third of his normal breakfast (which he wolfs down) and we get in the car.
9.30am - We head just up the road for now to the ruins of Strome castle. I can’t let him off the lead here because there are lots of sheep, but it’s a great little stop for a walk around. It starts to rain but only quite lightly at this stage.
10am - He seems ok so we get on the road towards Inverness and eventually home (tomorrow). I must admit I had very serious thoughts of trying to just head home, both yesterday and at 5am, but I’m very far from home, nearly a 9 hour drive, and as such I think it would be better to stop regularly to offer him water and fresh air, rather than trying to push through. I have a quick call with D who reminds me that dogs eat things they shouldn’t all the time and to stop worrying, he’s eating, drinking and toileting normally and so to carry on but just not over feed him and offer him regular breaks. So our next stop is the Glen Dougherty look out, which is apparently stunning on a clear day but it wasn’t a clear day. So just a quick look about and off we go again. Nice for a photo and a leg stretch though.
11am - Last stop for us on the NC500 route is Rogie Falls. This is a great stop and walk down to the waterfalls. Apparently at the right time of year you can see salmon jumping up the falls, but it wasn’t to be today, this stop was incredibly busy, the car park was completely full and I had to wait a while to get parked, but it was a lovely walk and we both really enjoyed it.
12pm -Not long after this we reach Inverness and leave the NC500 route, we’re a little early to head to Pitlochry which is our stop for the night, so I do a couple of things, firstly grab a quick drive through McDonald’s for lunch £8.80, then fill up the car at the Tesco petrol station which comes to £19.87.
1.30pm - It’s only 90 mins to Pitlochry from here. And so I think I’ll be a little early really, so I head to Culloden battlefield for a walk around. Well unfortunately the heavens just open, and we are both completely drowned. Rather rudely I felt M wasn’t over interested in the Jacobites. But we have a very quick walk round, and then a towel off and on the road. I tell him I’ll put Outlander on for him when we get home. I’m actually very interested in history but I have been to the visitor centre before (and read and the watched the Outlander series which I’m sure is super accurate ).
4pm - We hit Pitlochry. I can’t get into the hotel car park, but I find street parking and check in nearby. This place is quite fancy, it’s in the same chain as the lunch I had on the steam train right at the beginning. Here it’s sort of a fancy gastro pub with rooms upstairs. This was the costliest of my accommodation at £99 but also the nicest. My heart does sink a bit though when I see where my room is. Sort of up two flights of stairs and round a lot of corridors and through several fire doors. I really hope we don’t need 5am dashes tonight. It’s nice to have a bit of luxury though too, most of my accommodation has been fairly basic, not even offering toiletries or tea/coffee in all cases. So this room with it’s very fancy toiletries and biscuits is very welcome.
5pm - We chill out for a bit, and I even nod off for 15 mins which is incredibly unlike me. Then we have a quick walk through the town, which looks lovely, and then head into our hotel/pub for dinner. I order the spaghetti carbonara with garlic bread. It’s lovely but very big, and I only manage half, but I did have lunch today.
8pm -We go for a last walk through the town, I contemplate an outdoor drink at a different pub, but I can’t find a table, so I have a glass of car wine, call DH, and watch Indian Matchmaking on Netflix.
Miles travelled in a car - 147 Accommodation - £99 Amount spent - £78
Day 9 - Sunday
8am - I wake up, and the boy has slept like a log. It really was a lovely room. I get up and he seems in no rush to leave his bed, so I quickly shower and pack and we head down the maze together. I take him for a wee and load the car. And then we pop in through the front door for breakfast. They kindly serve me brekkie in the bar so I can keep M with me. I order a couple of hot items, and they bring Lorne sausage which I’m not sure about so I risk sneaking a bit to M who thankfully seems back to normal.
9am - We jump in the car, and get on the road. We are going home today, but stopping at Glasgow to see my little brother. I stop at a Starbucks just outside Perth for a coffee (£10 loaded on my app), then arrive just before 11 to Pollok country park. Unfortunately it’s really very rainy, but I find my brother (A) who is 21 and just finishing up his time at uni, loan him my brolly, and put rain coats on both M and myself. We walk for over 2 hours, just chatting and getting lost. Most of the walk is spent trying to find the Highland Cows I drove past on the way in, and we do finally succeed. M absolutely loves it, and doesn’t stop running around and sniffing everything in sight. Eventually we decide to call it a day as I’m a way away from home. I drop A off at the Asda, pick up a quick Maccy’s for the car £8.40 and we head home. We end up doing it in one go (about 3.5 hours) as M was completely zonked out on the back seat. DH phones and we chat for ages, then with about 45 mins to go, we hang up and he says he’ll see me at home. I get in, to no DH. I unpack his gifts and finally give him a ring. Turns out there has been a terrible shock as his Dad had a heart attack whilst out shopping. Thankfully all is ok, but DH gets home a bit ashen, and we go round to his Mum’s to await seeing how his surgery goes, which thankfully is all fine. D picks up an Indian takeaway on the way back from his Mum’s, he opens a beer from his gift pile, and we breathe a big sigh of relief. It’s super lovely to see him.
Miles driven - 300 Amount spent - £18.40
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2020.09.16 07:00 SteamieBot The Steamie - Wednesday 16 September 2020

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What's On Today
Fuck all. Go out if you must, but stay safe. Don't be a fanny.
Today in Scottish History
Today in 1951 saw the birth of rugby player Andy Irvine. He played as full back at national level between 1972 and 1982. During this time, he won 51 caps for Scotland, and on his retirement was Scotland's most capped player. He also won 9 caps for the British Lions and is regarded as one of the all-time greats of Scottish rugby.
On this day in 1745, Jacobite forces routed Hanoverian dragoons on the outskirts of Edinburgh in what was known as the Canter of Coltbrig. At the beginning of September Charles had entered Perth. He had then crossed the Forth unopposed at the Fords of Frew and, after passing through Stirling and Linlithgow, he arrived within a few miles of Edinburgh.
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2020.09.16 00:34 o-Bad-hat-o Recycle mattresses?

Not wanting to dump the massive king size inner spring that has passed its use by date, does anyone know of companies that recycle mattresses in Brisbane? All the websites I go to seem to be Sydney/Melbourne/Perth.
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2020.09.13 18:16 theknight27 Help an Aussie finish piecing together a 3080 build (PCPartpicker list in post).

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
I want to play Cyberpunk 77 at the highest frames possible on 1440p 144hz monitor.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
$1500 (not including the 3080)
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
I expect to be buying it soon after the AMD 4000 announcement, as I hope this will drop 3700X prices. Otherwise I'll get sooner and use with my 1080 until I can get a 3080.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Just the tower minus the graphics card (and minus one NVME M.2 drive)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Perth, Australia. No microcentre.
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
K70 Lux keyboard, Samsung 27CJG54 27" 1440p 144hz monitor, 2 other monitors, HyperX Cloud II headphones, Kingston A2000 1TB NVME M.2 SSD, generic Amazon gaming mouse.
I've also already got the ASUS AC88 WIFI card but if there's a motherboard that comes with superior built in wifi that'd be a plus.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
I have very little experience with this, maybe down the line (especially if the motherboard has features to make this easier). Otherwise not too fussed.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
I would like a mid or full size tower and I like the idea of RGB in my case..
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Nope!
Extra info or particulars:
Here is the PCPartpicker list I have already made, I'm looking for feedback on cases, motherboards and ram compatibility if possible. Thanks a tonne for reading!
PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $460.00
Motherboard Asus PRIME X570-P ATX AM4 Motherboard $236.12 @ Amazon Australia
Memory Crucial Ballistix 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory $110.00
Storage Kingston A2000 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive Purchased For $160.00
Storage Seagate Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $108.29 @ Amazon Australia
Video Card Asus GeForce RTX 3080 10 GB STRIX GAMING Video Card -
Case Deepcool MATREXX 50 ADD-RGB 4F ATX Mid Tower Case $99.00 @ PLE Computers
Power Supply Gigabyte AORUS P GM 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $153.00 @ Centre Com
Wireless Network Adapter Asus PCE-AC88 PCIe x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter Purchased For $130.00
Monitor Samsung C27JG56 27.0" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor Purchased For $354.00
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $1810.41
Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-09-14 02:27 AEST+1000
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2020.09.12 01:38 USDMcat [WTB] Certain Maples, Britannias, Perth Lunars, and a 2008 Silver RCM Olympic Inukshuk 1 oz BU

Hey ya'll, looking to purchase a bit more silver!
Looking for Earlier Maples, these are the years I need:
1990,1991,1992,1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2001,2002,2003. PM me to let me know what you have
For Britannias, i'm also looking for somewhat older ones. Really looking for any of the britannias from 2000 to 2011, let me know on pricing.

For Perth Lunars, looking for set II 1oz :
I have Year of the Snake, Year of the Rooster, and Year of the Monkey, so I need all of the other ones. If you have some, let me know on pricing as well.

Inukshuk round is one more i'm looking at, hopefully you'll have some of the above rounds to add on, but if you don't, send me a few ideas of similar items you would sell me (including later date Maples/Brits) and i'll consider.

Will be paying PPFF
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2020.09.12 01:34 bamboo725 [WTS] 90% Junk, Near Spot Silver and Gold, ASE, Britannia and Philharmonics

Happy Friday!! I got a little bit of everything for sell today. Please feel free to CHAT or send private message if you have any questions or need more pictures on certain items. Price is subject to change.
Proof: https://imgur.com/gallery/k70vzVf
90% Junk Silver (Near Spot Deal!)
#1 - $10Fv (40 coins) Washington Quarters @ $195 (2 rolls available)
#2 - $10FV (20 coins) Walking Liberty @ $210 (6 rolls available)
Commemorative Silver Dollars
#3 - Lot of 7 x Commemorative Silver Dollars - $168 ($24/ea)
Cool Silver
#4 - Custom painted government .999 silver - $112 ($28/oz)
Fine Silver 999
#5 - 2014 American Silver Eagle (BU) Tube (20) - $630 (2 available)
#6 - 2020 Niue Athena Owl Stackable (BU) Tube (20) - $600 (1 available)
#7 - 2018 Austrian Philharmonics (BU) Tube (20) - $600 (1 available)
#8 - 2014/2015 Mix Date Britannia (milk spots) Tube (25) - $720
#9 - Lot of 12 Wildlife Series 2 oz Rounds (24 oz) - $672
#10 - Lot of 4 Silver 1oz Bars (Sunshine Eagle bar x 2, SilverTown x 1, 1976 Bi-Centenial x 1) - $112 ($28/oz)
#11 - Vintage 1974 Hamilton Mint - The White House Art Bar (Serial #2240) - $55
#12 - Lot of two American Silver Eagle (1988 and 1995) in original gov box - $72
#13 - 2016 Queens Beast Lion 2 oz (slightly toned on edge) - $72
Gold
#14 - 1907 Liberty Eagle (AU+ good luster) - $1085
#15 - 2016-W MS70 National Park Service Commemorative .9999 Gold (Mintage of 5150) - $540
#16 - 2020 Maplegram 1 gram .9999 - $75 ea (12 available)
#17 - Lot of 3 x Sovereign 2g (1.83g gold weight) from Hattons of London - $360 ($5 over spot ea coin)
Shipping:
8 oz or under will ship First Class with tracking in padded envelop - $5
9 oz or more flat rate priority mail with tracking - $9.
Order over $1000 will ship with signature tracking. Insurance option available upon request.
Payment method:
**Venmo and Zelle are strongly preferred but will also accept PPFF (no comment), PPGS (+3%)

Thank you for looking and have a great day!
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