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In the highlands of Scotland Our Christmas we spent North to our Bothy In a Red Sleigh we went Our beds were in cupboards With a glass ceiling pane To gaze at the stars And the sleet, snow and rain On the morning of Christmas There were presents galore Under our branch tree And our stockings had more We had Champagne at brunch Our pancakes to toast Then 8 hours to cook Our Christmas Pork ...
We are staying in Dufftown, Banffshire. The town is between Mortlach and Craighellachie.
There is certainly a Canadian connection. Sir Mount Stephen was born here. He was one of the Scots who funded the CPR giving names to towns across Canada. They were either homesick Scots or didin't have any imagination! ....Interesting facts, Mortlach here is twinned ...
Head North young man! So that's what we
did. Our final destination on this day would be Lossiemouth situated where the
Moray Firth greets the sea on the North East shoulder of Scotland. Along the
way we travelled to parts of the Whisky Trail, skipped through the Granite City
of Aberdeen, stopped off at Fochabers and Huntly before descending upon Elgin,
the city of my birth. One of the neat things about this area, aside from the
countryside, the friendly ...
... played holes completed the week nicely..
most were a bit tired and weary, some focused on the journey home, others lamenting that the week was too short....
Fairly quick round, with IM confused by me marking his ball on one hole.!!!!
Breathless day with a very heavy dew, made for finding balls in the rough quite difficult...
good week all round and plant to return in 2015.
... tatties and Skirlie) keep us going! We understood why they had returned. The area is so picturesque … wheat field right down to the North Sea, belted Gallaway cattle, black faced sheep, quaint stone cottages and an amazing sense that there is much wealth in the area …. North Sea oil ensures this sense of well being!
We didn’t feel too sad saying goodbye as we know we will see them again upon their return to ...