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Travel Blogs from Ayr
A splendid surprise .... this continual sunshine! Loving every bit .... the scenery, music, waters, fat cattle, quaint cottages and the morning teas!
Ramo has parked the car in the BEST places to take full advantage of the views over waterways, islands and green, green fields.
Haste ye ...
... queuing up to move through the town. After a bit of 'toeing and froing' we made it to the Calmac Pier. Wet, wet, wet! Onboard the Clansman and after some Calmac Moroccan Lamb for Nigel and Chicken Curry for Shona the world seemed a better place. The weather improved a little and a nice sail up the Sound of Mull and into the South Hebridean Sea we seemed all at once to be ...
... silly kids movies Polly, Becca and I took the wee dog (bella) out for a walk. Bella is adorable but made of fluff and enthusiasm. Amy was out for the count on the couch.
Bella does this great thing when she plays fetch. She runs waaay past the ball, if not over it and then realises and has to turn back for it. As if she's way too enthusiastic to catch it, that she forgets how. We river-walked down while she splashed in the water, ...
warm weather, sports and water tee)
(multi use/smart if needed)
shirt (just cause you need too)
- Marmot Gorge outer
jacket (the waterproof)
... on the back of it. It definitely made it credible as he referred to his napkin and claimed that he was called upon just an hour ago to give this speech. It was an interesting choir with the youngest member under ten years old and the oldest member being the choir master, who I’m going to venture was in her late 70’s. The choir even acted out a skit that portrayed the forgotten voice of the wives of the three wise men – definitely an interesting spin. They ...