Welcome To 2018 For the past few New Years we’ve decided to give the partying a miss as we’ve done that so many times. Instead we have started welcoming the first sunset of the New Year slightly differently. In 2015 we climbed a mountain, in 2016 we went to sea and last year we travelled […]Read More 2018: A Wind Of Change
Who is Karen Meldrum? Karen Meldrum is an artist from Inverurie, Aberdeenshire with numerous commissions, gallery exhibits. Karen studied at Grays School of Art gaining a first class honours degree in Fine Art and she’s since won various awards including the BP fine art award and the Royal Scottish Academy “Pillans and Waddies” Prize Karen was asked […]Read More It’s That Time Of Year Again
Abandoned Places Scotland In my post “Would I Do It Now? Would I F**k!” I discussed all the dangerous/scary places that I “played” in when I was a kid and how I looked back with horror. Well, today I revisited that horror first hand! I must be going through some sort of mid life crisis […]Read More Aberdeenshire Horror Story: Glen o’Dee Hospital, Banchory
Not so long ago, in a village not so far away there was a field that had cows, sheep, grass and trees and buying a house opposite this seemed like a great idea… Even the lovely salesperson agreed that the view was fantastic but unbeknown to us she was secretly “one of them” and even […]Read More Aliens Have Landed In Alford, Aberdeenshire And It’s Fine…But Could Be Better!
Social media may have a lot of down sides but over the past week or so it has proved to be a valuable network keeping people in Aberdeenshire up to date with the current flooding situation. It was my first day back at work after the holidays and it’s pretty much not stopped raining for […]Read More Social Media To The Rescue!
Storm Frank has hit parts of Aberdeenshire and sadly the bridge where I filmed this video… …has taken a battering as can be seen in the Evening Express… Stay safe everyone! For more randomness check me out on…Read More #StormFrank – Look What Ya Did To My Bridge You Little Jerk!
Celebrating New Year For the past 10 years, New Year’s day has always involved having a hangover. We decided to break from that tradition to see in 2015… A couple of days before the 31st I decided that I didn’t really want to waste at least two days getting drunk and then the subsequent hangover. Greg […]Read More For The Previous 10 Years I’d Always Suffered A Hangover On New Year’s Day – 2015 Was Very Different