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... but lets hope the mild weather lasts a bit longer.
I have enjoyed my stay in Ayr and am not really ready to leave but I have booked myself into a caravan site in Glasgow, so go I must. I like to leave places before I am ready because that leaves you with a positive desire to return. I would have liked to have crossed over to the Isle of Arran, and I would have liked to explore more of the nearby towns, but I shall save that for a future trip.
Albeit that is by choice, but true nonetheless. Given the furthest I have travelled is to the USA, I’ve decided to take the opportunity to do a spot of travelling and see some of the world. I’m hopeful there will be some good stories ...
... was a book of sermons by John Flavel, the Puritan minister. It was found by a young man during the demolition of an old home. He picked it up, saw that it was some sort of religious book, and kept it to give to his grandmother "because he thought she might like it". This woman, near the end of her days, gave the book to Pastor Ross. After church, our host, Roger, drove us back to his home and treated us to ...
... the order of Richard III. Their bodies haven’t been found until 1674, and only then they were given a proper burial. However, their spirits still haunt the Tower today
Sir Walter Raleigh, a writer and popularizer of tobacco in England.
The Prophecy of the Ravens at The Tower
The Prophecy dates back to the ...
... the sun goes down, but there's always a bit of a light glow. It doesn't get completely dark. It's quite strange because you can never quite tell what the time is. Today (Sunday) we are being taken on a mini tour around to some of the local attractions, before going to a park to meet Jimmy and Marie's sons - Jim and Mark - and the grand kids. It will be nice to meet everyone! I think tomorrow, Monday, we might look into hiring a car to drive to Inverness for a night or ...