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I'm writing this weeks blog on the StenaLine high speed ferry between Scotland (Cairnryan) and northern Ireland (Belfast). We're leaving Scotland after a fabulous month, assisted by amazing weather and Liz's great cooking and hospitality!
This week Ron has had another feast of golf, playing three rounds with his friend Jim Milne (Royal Aberdeen, Deeside and Ballater) and to wrap ...
Today was a full day. We started the day with a 40 minute Journey to Culzean Castle (pronounced Kullane). At one point on our drive we ended up on this tiny narrow road that was barely as wide as our car (and it was paved)! Thought for sure we were lost but nope it took us to where we needed to go. The castle was built in 1777 and sat on a cliff overlooking ...
... in crevices and luckily only lay one egg at a time.
The video feed from these cameras is beamed live into the Nature Reserve
Visitor Centre and there are friendly volunteers to explain the different types
of birds. After the chilly fresh air, I lunched in the ‘Callie Craig Coffee
House’, which is perched right on the cliff and has an environmentally friendly
... relating the
changes in women’s fashion to the suffragette movement and information about
the local framing history, particularly cheese making. There is currently a
temporary exhibition called ‘Teen Comics: Action, Adventure and Agony Aunts’. A
history of British comics from the 1950’s to the present day. It is supported
by a display of school children’s attempts at their own comic drawings. An intriguing
... took my shots. After a couple of hours at the house, I drove back to Innerleithen and checked in. It just so happened that Innerleithen was having their summer festival, the celebration of St. Ronan. There were parades and bands all night, then the next day another, proper parade and more bands. Had I stayed all day I would have seen the battle and marriage of the bands - two brass and one bagpipe.
I went to St Mary's Loch the next day, fully intending to camp the ...