Abbot's Brae Hotel
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A day in the rain in Dunoon!
I'll be coming home saying "aye" being around my family for 3 days.
A day spent visiting my Aunty Jean, getting lots of old stories and looking at old photos.
We did manage a walk down the main street of Dunoon but only a hardware store ...
... then our Italian family arrived.
What huge excitement - I hadn't seen them since just before last Christmas, but I had to content myself for a wee while as Ashton was sleeping but it was good to catch up with Clive and Jo. We had a beautiful meal of lamb leg with potatoes and veggies then a scrumptious plum crumble for dessert.
By this time Ashton was awake with two grannies and a great auntie desperate for ...
Glasgow was in song for the World Cup pool game against Belgium tonight. Loch Lomond: the largest lake in the UK! Very pretty On Loch Lomond we learned of the West Highland Way, a 95 km walking track - the only way around the Loch; no road. No commercial fishing now; the last commercial fisherman finished over 5 years ago. Glencoe valley: site ...
... of Clootie Dumplings for all of the chaps. A cheeky glass of red, once Bobby McK had understood a screw cap and that bashing it on the bottom like a ketchup bottle wasn't going to work, the first round of Uncle Eric's t-shirt competition and we were tucked up in bed by about 9pm Balmaha to The Drovers, Inverarnan tomorrow and hoping to get passed Rowardennan where I was unceremoniously left by my colleagues three years ago. You know who you ...
... at that.
I took a few photos then told Matt we better go because the sky was looking very cloudy. But sure enough, it started to rain before we could get anywhere so we had to quickly duck under some cover. We put the rain cover on the stroller and I got the umbrella out. Emma had water on her face but she seemed to think it was pretty funny.
Once that was done, we continued back through the streets to the main shopping area and began to walk back ...