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... heads out to battle each fighter would place a stone on a pile. When they returned from battle they would take a stone from the pile. What was left would be the count for the number of men that had fallen at battle and if quite a few men were lost they would leave the pile there as a memorial to them. Fort William A statue of a man sitting, rubbing his feet, represents the long trek of the West Highlands Way to drive the cattle. A drover is one that ...
... severely trumped us in national pride attire when a pop up food stall beckoned. The thing that stood out on the menu was haggis pakora - which was actually very nice! And so, tummies full, we headed into the SECC for the netball! Sitting in the middle of our little group I explained the rules, introduced the teams and warned to watch out for lethal hip action to my international netball supporter virgins. The first game was England v South Africa and I won't bore you with a blow ...
... did lunch for Diana's birthday and then we all headed over to Glasgow for a second time for the big night of 30th celebrations - which we had all been looking forward to for months. I caught the train with Diana, checked into the hotel which had very busy walls and set off into town to get our nails done. After about 40 minutes of searching we finally found a place but it was ...
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Our last few days in Ventura were just spent going to the beach and enjoying our last moments being on holiday. We had more nunel (=tunnel) constructions with Rowan followed by en masse destruction from him and Elodie. I think I must have built a few hundred sand tunnels during this holiday and i'm pretty sure all of them would have survived an earthquake, unfrotunately Rowan and Elodie made sure that wouldn't happen!
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... hooked! And it did not disappoint!
We drove west until we came to a small trailer near a dock, with only a few small boats moored nearby. It was a very bleak spot indeed, which was why I took the picture of the power lines stringing along the barren rock crusted hillside. They fit right in with the telephone booth and the mailbox situated desolately along the road from Bosta Beach. (a small rabbit trail-Donna explained that back in the day when no one had a phone in their ...