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... got 80
and counted all the way down. But I lost count so I had to go back up.
And there was a staff up there and he said he would not tell me.
But I said 80 and he put his thumbs up and I was right.
It is the end of Scotland. I loved Scotland, Loch Ness lake, highland cows and the snow.
Scotland was the best country so far.
I liked the Scotland people how they talk and wear the ...
... many activities to keep the kids amused, playground, ping pong, giant checkers, indoor swimming pool and sauna and most importantly - SNOW.
The first day here we had to spend the day playing in it. Snow angels, snowball fights, snow
creations and we bought a sled and did some tobogganing.
Never thought we would own a toboggan.
We finished the day with ...
... it here, you would too if you were here.
Today we stayed home and had snow ball fights, didn't try to build a snowman.
And we were so happy because we got a sled. It is a thing that you sit on and go down steep snowy mountains.
The one we got is red with a white string to hold onto. We went out the back and played on that all day. We also had a couple of snowball fights.
After we had a swim ...
... Cawdor. A castle built in the 14th century, but also a modern home, it is filled with both antiques and modern conveniences. After our tour, we had lunch in the café and then toured the lovely kitchen gardens.
We next made our way along country lanes to Clava Cairns, three Bronze Age structures made of stone. Two of them, like those we saw in Orkney Islands, were tombs with tunnel openings designed to catch ...
... tales to tell. We returned to Glasgow by way of the Trossachs National Park, and stopped for lunch at Aberfoyle, where we caught the end of a demonstration of sheep breeds in Scotland. Their sheep are huge! Mostly bred for meat, they do shear them, sometimes at a loss. The shepherd then proceeded to put his sheepdog through its paces, manoeuvring a flock of ducks up ladders, down slides, through ...