Inverness – July 5, 2017

Inverness, I am told, means “mouth of the Ness,” and so it is. It is also the largest city at this latitude in the whole of Great Britain. We arrived here late on Wednesday the 5th, in time to talk a nap and then to walk the city at dusk. We had dinner at a decent Italian restaurant, then walked some more.

Lots of lanes in this little city. Lots. Not always called a lane, there are nevertheless a whole bunch of little lanes spurring off the main roads.

I will post some more pictures of Inverness’ lanes tomorrow.

About Dr Joseph Russo

Born and raised in Woodland Hills, California; now residing in Laramie, Wyoming (or "Laradise" as we call it, for good reason), with my wife Cindy, our little schnauzer, Macy Mae, and a cat named Markie. I hold a BBA from Cal State Northridge and an MBA from the University of Nevada at Reno. My first career was in business, for some 25+ years. In 2007, I shifted gears and entered the helping professions as a mental health counselor. I earned an MA in Educational Psychology and a Doctorate (PhD) in Counselor Education and Supervision. In my spare time I enjoy mentoring young and not-so-young business and non-profit executives as they go about growing their businesses and presence. I also teach part-time at the University of Wyoming, in both the Colleges of Education and Business.
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