Every road we were driving on had awesome leaves in every sort of color imaginable. 

Every road we were driving on had awesome leaves in every sort of color imaginable. 

Another mountain in Scotland. I didn’t know mountains even really looked like this. Turns out they do. 

Another mountain in Scotland. I didn’t know mountains even really looked like this. Turns out they do. 

Yep. Scotland is amazing. 

Yep. Scotland is amazing. 

Having driven around Scotland for a couple weeks back in September I knew I would be in for another treat when Andrew and I decided to drive from Glasgow to Aberdeen the first week of November. What I didn’t know is that we would also be treated with snow. Which was awesome. 

Having driven around Scotland for a couple weeks back in September I knew I would be in for another treat when Andrew and I decided to drive from Glasgow to Aberdeen the first week of November. What I didn’t know is that we would also be treated with snow. Which was awesome. 

Climber near the Aiguille du Midi. I know this rock has a name…but I can’t remember what it is called. 

Climber near the Aiguille du Midi. I know this rock has a name…but I can’t remember what it is called. 

From the top of the Aiguille du Midi near the top of Mount Blanc. Here are some climbers coming in and some going out from the top of the station. 

From the top of the Aiguille du Midi near the top of Mount Blanc. Here are some climbers coming in and some going out from the top of the station. 

Another from the top of the Aiguille du Midi.

Another from the top of the Aiguille du Midi.

I forgot to publish these picture from the Alps trip in the stream of catch up. This was taken from a hike Noémie and I did a bit aways from the Mount Blanc which is in middle of the frame here. 

I forgot to publish these picture from the Alps trip in the stream of catch up. This was taken from a hike Noémie and I did a bit aways from the Mount Blanc which is in middle of the frame here. 

The Trinity College Old Library in Dublin. Amazing library. Book of Kells on display as well, but this room is what did it for me. 

Pretty sure this is the Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. They wanted to charge us $10 to go in, so I took this picture from the outside instead. 

Pretty sure this is the Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. They wanted to charge us $10 to go in, so I took this picture from the outside instead. 

The Irish Famine memorial in Dublin. Scary statues, scary time. 

The Irish Famine memorial in Dublin. Scary statues, scary time. 

The new bridge in Derry-Londonderry. Very cool design, especially given that is solely a pedestrian bridge. 

The new bridge in Derry-Londonderry. Very cool design, especially given that is solely a pedestrian bridge. 

The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Hexagonal stones that were created naturally from a combination of cooled lava and erosion. 

The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Hexagonal stones that were created naturally from a combination of cooled lava and erosion. 

A mural from the loyalist and the revolutionary side of Belfast, and the wall that divides them between them both. This wall is very real, and very much still in use. While in Derry-Londonderry Noemie and I had a bomb be diffused on our block - like 100 feet away - as retribution from someone killing someone. From what everyone tells us, it is more about drugs now than anything - but less than 10 years ago it wasn’t. It was about something much bigger, that a lot of people still care a lot about. 

Who else but the late Heisenberg to greet Noémie and I when we arrived in Belfast via ferry from Scotland. 

Who else but the late Heisenberg to greet Noémie and I when we arrived in Belfast via ferry from Scotland.