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... seen in an alpine environment. And the mountaineers that brave the wind and rain here are studs in their own right.
One of the more special weekend trips with the club came this last weekend in Glen Coe. It was the mountaineering club's annual "reunion meet" where members from past generations come back together for good food, company and of course a bit of fresh air. This club has been around since before World War II and has an incredible ...
After successfully dropping our car off at Waverly station in Edinburgh - no dents, scratches and the original tires!!! we hopped on the train to Glasgow. After a short walk to our B and B right down town we then set out to explore. We took a hop on hop off again for a quick overview of the city. Glasgow is a great city to walk about and has lots of interesting architecture. We were just down the street from ...
... that it was my cousin Sandy Simpson. Neither of us had any idea that the other was going to be there and she was meant to be sitting right next to me but in a ticket stuff up, her seats were meant to be where the stairs were and she was allocated other seats. In "It's a Small World - Episode 3", I had text Anne Lynch (my sister-in-law, Margaret's, high school friend) my seat number the day before and it turned out her seat was directly in front of mine. She was ...
... stall, Anne said ‘if it weren’t for you, I would have missed that wonderful parade’.
Thankyou for making me feel more secure about my choice of things to do!
We went and watched a circus guy then, one of the best street performers I have ever seen. I went and talked to him afterwards, and only then did I get a real grasp of what being a street performer was like.
In his words: “If I don’t ...
... charming King's Arms Hotel and loved our room, especially since we were one of the few who had showers that worked. We also scored a flat screen tv with more than 2 channels and our room had awesome views looking onto some castle ruins and the village common. We were very glad we weren't interrupted by the hotel management to announce 'our' plumbing was leaking onto the room below. Score to Lea and Sal :)