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... the sea front and 2 next door to each other. All were operational, despite a population of just 11,000!
We went to Rosslyn Chapel, built from 1446-1486. This is the chapel which features in stories about the Knights Templar, Freemasonry and the Holy Grail – there are a couple of Templar Knight graves. Rosslyn also featured in Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code”. ...
... He looked down under the cloth ad said to Laddie "Laddie, I can see a head. You have a girl Laddie! Oh Laddie shine the torch down again-, I can see another head, yeh've got twins! Oh wait Laddie, I can see another one shine the light down. Yes there it is! Laddie?" Laddie had turned, torch in hand and was running up the garden. "Where're you goin' Laddie? Come back" said the doctor. Laddie called back "I'm taking the torch away, I think ...
... however I spotted a school group headed for the museum so Geoff, Liam and Rachel soon hurried out and we got to the museum just ahead of the group. We have learnt to get ahead of the school groups otherwise it's a nightmare.
The museum is quite small but interesting, it's where Captain Cook did his apprenticeship. It doesn't say a lot about NZ but at least we appear on the maps. To be honest I think a lot of it was over Rachel and ...
... was advertising Sky Sports, and this pleased Trevor as we wanted to be able to watch the Monte Carlo F1 Grand Prix, which was on today. We therefore decided to go back to the ship, have some lunch and come back to the pub later on.
After lunch, which we tentatively ate sitting outside (somewhere sheltered from the still-biting wind) we gathered together our stuff and went back into town, by which time ...
... men we have seen wearing kilts which it appears they wear for special occasions.
Tomorrow we will continue to the end of Loch Lomond, past Rob Roy's cave. These are his haunts, as well as that of Sir Walter Scott (lady of the Lake.)
Joking = "wynden y'up"
Having fun = "crackin"
Windy = "a wee bit airy"
Love to each of you,
Barb and Dick