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After instructions from Bill and Marie, off we went towards Ayr in Scotland. We have been on this route before, through.Newcastle, Carlisle and Gretna Green. The traffic and roads were very good.
We stopped for coffee at Houghton Hall Garden centre. It's huge with everything from pets to hobbies - not to mention the gardening stuff. Mary loved ...
... 5 parking spaces and they were all taken. so I parked on the street. As we had to move the car by 8am it made for an early start each morning. We had today for a drive through the Scottish lowlands and despite the weather being a bit hit and miss, it was a beautiful drive through the fern and heather covered hills. We drove to Loch Katrine and had morning tea at a lovely old stone building overlooking the jetty where a steam boat was about to sail up to the ...
... to learn more about the Scottish referendum. We ate a delicious lunch of tomato-basil soup, quiche, and finger sandwiches while listening to Ms. Dugdale’s views and peppering her with questions.
Now is a really interesting time to be here in Scotland because on September 18th they will vote on whether to secede from the UK or keep things the way they are. This is a huge deal right now and there is political ...
... Pecan Fool which was divine and totally non fattening. The dessert is the winner of the trip so far. Breakfast was good. These big hotels are beautiful and roomy but no free Wifi in rooms. The tiny hotels in Wick & Skye had free Wifi in our rooms and they're in out of the way places. A negative for the Marriott was the pubic hairs in our bath and some rubbish under our bed - only found that when we dropped something on the floor and it caught our eye when picking the item ...
... wave. As we passed more and more, I built up my confidence to let one hand off the handlebars to wave, like that four year old saying "Look Mum no hands". I was in. Who needs mothers group when you are in the motorbike touring club! Viewpoint parking spots became like pram filled Café’s. “Oh isn’t he cute, what is his name, how old is he?” – “Suzuki DRZ Supermoto, 400 cc”. “Oh you look tired, has it been a tough day with ...