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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 ...
... through the Highlands, the scenery is amazing. We have lost count of the number of lochs we have skirted today, and we travelled through Glen Croe, Glen Aray, Glen Lochy, Glen Orchy, Glen Coe and into Glen Moriston. We had heard that Glen Coe was beautiful, but it seemed like there was another jaw-dropping photo opportunity around every corner. The Highlands are a dramatic, rugged (but green) blend of the fiords of Milford Sound, ...
... a number of lochs on the way. We did a circuit down to the Heads of Ayr, and got all the way down to Culzean Castle, the Scottish National Trust's flagship property, only to find we had arrived 5 minutes before it was to close for the day at 4pm! We bypassed Ayr and took the coast road northwards.
Now that we have got into Scotland, there are relatively few Britstops around. ...
... the foreground a group of cows lines up patiently waiting for milking time and a couple of naked looking newly sheared sheep mingle self-consciously among their better padded peers.
Turning inland I am startled to see about 30 cars lined up at the side of the road - this is about four times the number I have seen altogether since leaving the main road. Can it be a party? Yes, every passing place sign from here to the east coast turns out ...
... 1487">just saying it because I write a blog. I truly believe in your talent!!It was so nice to be included with this family even for one
night.I went to bed happy and well-fed that night. But before I go,
I must tell you the epic first impression I gave one of them. Not the Dad,
because I had met him while I was still in my jeans before they ripped. Not the
mum, because I thought she worked for the villas and so I was ...