The Abbotsford Hotel
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... Mary Somerville my ggrandmother was their daughter. She emigrated to New Zealand in 1878 at the age of 18 with her parents, Agnes and William Somerville. The latter went to Mabel Bush in Southland and then to Livingstone in North Otago. Mary married Dan Fisher from the Springbank Hotel at East Taieri and they went to live at Mt Ross and later in Middlemarch where Dan ran a butcher shop. The Robbs and Somervilles came from the little Village of Forth, in central Scotland. ...
Day 7 27 May
Distance 63miles 9.8 Average
Killin, Lochearnhead, Strathyre, Kilmahog, Brig o' Turk, Aberfoyle, Drymen, Balloch, Renton, Dumbarton to Milton.
Now,, I don’t know if you have noticed but so far Roger has been writing most of this blog, as me, I have been so tired every day that after eating I just fall asleep. Today though is my best day yet, my body is getting used to all ...
So there we were leaving Inveraray heading for the east side of Loch Lomond. Lone behold, we didn't realise there was a major charity cancer event, 2 large weddings and a food and wine festival on all on the same day!!
Soooooo...as a result, none of the places we wanted to stay or anywhere near them for that matter were available. So we ended up closer to Glasgow, much to our discretion, for one night.
It was cheap and basic and an unusual feeling to be back ...
... dogs but I wish you both well. Also, shout out to Gillian Collier who has relocated to Oz from Foxboro and Gillian Howell who is now officially an RN.
Things I've learned:
1) Ground floor = 1st Floor.
2) kerb = curb, tyre = tire
3) Virgin trains have this awesome thing where you can walk between coaches because there is a shop on the train. it's very Jetsons.
... car have CAR HIRE plastered down the side... when I got in... it was duel controlled! So I had a break and clutch pedal under my foot.
I thought holy hell I can have this as a car can I? Fortunately not... it was just the most handy car to do the pick up in... whew!
So now I have wheels to explore the Trossochs region... next stop Helensburgh...