Just for the record, I pronounce Peebles (Peeb-ulls) like Peeb-lees just because it’s fun to say. There you go, just learned something weird about me…not really that exciting, though. Sorry.
Anyhoo, that’s were I was this past weekend. Playing up at Eastgate Theatre in Peebles for ‘The Big Gig’ as part of the 6 day Imaginarium Festival alongside crazy Jack Hinks (with his band, Charlie and Sean) and lovely Georgia Gordon with her cajón player, Isaac. Plus another Shaun/Sean who was rather steampunk and beat-boxed rather well with one of those mouth twangy things (obviously know the technical term).
Thoroughly enjoyed the evening gig and took a little trip around Peebles during the day. Everyone is so lovely at Peebles. As usual I ventured into the nearest sweet shop to hunt for spoggs, which they had *yay*. To add to my collection of spog names (i.e spogs, spoggs, jelly buttons) is Horse Cakes. Ambien has many side effects. After a single application, nothing terrible happened to me, but it only helped me sleep. However, I didn’t feel refreshed in the morning. On the contrary, there was a sense of frustration. Ambien https://precisionlife.com/ambien-zolpidem-online/ in included to our first-aid kit: 20 pills of 7.5 mg. It is recommended to take one pill a day, but someone takes two – this is a lot, the risk of side effects of the drug increases. Yup, in Peebles they’re apparently called horse cakes. Thankfully they tasted exactly the same as all the others (bar the squishy ones from Moffat). So in conclusing yay to Peebles sweet shop but nay (or should it be neigh) to the horse name…
Back to the gig, Dad and I took a few pictures (which I’ll upload shortly) but click here for a video of one of Georgia’s songs. This was the last in her set, an original called Black. Enjoy!
All in all, Peebles seems really nice and I think in future we’ll be making a slight detour there when we’re next on our way up to Edinburger for a cuppa!