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... driver threw in lessons on how to grow perfect salad potatoes in plastic tubs lined with gray (not blue) slate. Blue slate contains arsenic which might get into the potatoes … nuf said, pay the ...
... We thought we'd better get it one last time seems we were leaving Scotland that afternoon.
While we were in town, we ventured up to the St. John's Castle in the main street. It had a centralised spiral staircase that lead up to a roof top area that used to be an exercise yard for the prisoners who were incarcerated there. The climb up was steep but upon arrival the air was crisp but the view was spectacular!
We had a short bus trip over to Cairnryan ...
... the commonwealth games as they are happening in Glasgow this year. There were a lot of buskers on the streets of Glasgow, some sounded a bit like Ed Sheeran! There were again lots of shops in central Glasgow so we looked at some other stores including a store called TK Maxx which is basically a clearance shop for designer brands but they had everything including Calvin Klein luggage, homeware, clothes and shoes. There was ...
... or some of the others), but it definitely is our family. There have been lots of male Robbs and at least two local farms were pointed out to me as Robb farms, as well as two Somerville farms, but I have no specific links to the latter. Included with one tree is a letter from a John Robb in England who had been researching the family. It is dated 2002, but I will try to contact him when I get back.
The Griffins also said in a note that I was ...
... sleeping through a marvellous experience.
This was also my first experience with driving in the dark! . I don’t recommend it for the faint of heart. There were street lights in some villages, but it was actually easier to see when there weren’t any.
We finally arrived at the village of Barvas. The tiny community hall was packed with youth of all ages. It reminded me of the Ukrainian dances I used to go to. It was so neat to see all these people doing ...