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... from calif. we chat away until we are called down for dinner. Dinner was wonderful . (Ok dad don't read this part). We can honestly say we had our best dinner of the trip in Scotland! Ha ha. After dinner we all go back up to the library and relax by the fire. We meet yet another couple from calif. we sit and chat till someone looks at the time and says, it's 11:00. We all say goodnight and go to our rooms. Jeff and I had a wonderful day! A day we will remember fondly. Good ...
... there. With a bit f panic in our voices we start to walk to customer service, when a gentleman tells us there are two bags rolling around in a different carousel . We rush over and there. Our bags! Crises averted. We caught a cab to a Marriott as its close to the airport, The room is nice , we are exhausted , tomorrow we go to the Dalhouse castle. Good nite. ...
... much to Mum's surprise. Grant, Tiff and the boys then arrived in and along with their gift of a lovely watch was a card with the poem below: (Our Tiff's a clever cookie!)
In the year of 1933
Helen Allan came to be
One of five kids in the clan
But to most of us, she's known as Gran
Mum, as well, to a selected few -
But those folk call her Granny too!
Married to Geordie, love of her life,
Nothing made ...
... and a big stick he found… Kind of looked like those hurray Krishna people you see in the City in Melb, Aust. As we drove to Inverness he was like my tour guide. He told me the history of Scotland and all. He then started talking about the economical structure of Scotland and why each place is how it is. Even though he looked like a hippy, he was really cleaver in fact. He said the reason he was looking like a bum and wet was because he enjoys coming ...
... last of your milk. A pearfect Scottish meal! Thanks Reena for a grrreat day.
The day is not over yet though. Donna declined but I was excited about experiencing my first dance a la Scotland. Anne’s daughter Anna was playing her accordion and bagpipes in her band at the Barvas Cattle Show dance. So Anne, her sister Mary and I decided we would go check it out. As it didn’t start until midnight, Ian was gracious enough to regale me with yarn after yarn in order to keep ...
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