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... the next level up, but also wanted to cheer on the USA group. Following their performance, I asked the Pipe Major where the group was from: Portland, Oregon!!!!! Ha ha!!
We wandered over to the wee ones in the Highland dancing contest. They were cute and many in n umber. Then we went to the Level 3 piper band competition arena. While I don't believe our ears are trained enough to really appreciate the difference, I DID strike up ...
... train going about 20 miles an hour most of the way!!!!
But we finally got there, and are glad we did. THIS castle had the extra royal connection to make the stories and pictures just that much more interesting. The Queen Mother was born here - part of the Strathmore family, who have owned Glamis for 19 generations. The QM was raised at Glamis and her daughter, Princess Margaret was born there. ...
In 2011, we stayed in the lovely Scottish town of Pitlochry, just 7 miles south of Blair Atholl. Somehow, we managed NOT to see Blair Castle - so we had to travel back to Scotland to accomplish this task - ha ha!
Blair Castle is immediately, upon arrival, NOT like any of the other castles that we have seen, due to its very "chalet-like" appearance. (see photo). Another difference was that 30 rooms were available to walk through - well over twice the number of any ...
... network and is the place where the Forth and Clyde canal meets the union canal. It's an awe inspiring structure which rise 35 m into the air and we got to go in a boat which sailed into it and were elevated 35m to then sail into the upper canal. It replaced 8 locks which used to take up to a day to navigate. Now because of the wheel it takes 15 mins. For those interested in amazing engineering structures, a search in google is a must! It ...
... Stewart met us at Dalnamein Lodge for coffee, one of two meeting places today which are restricted because of the few access points along the road. We headed on, the valley widened and the scenery started to change to reveal the heather covered mountains of Carn nan Seabhag and Meall a Chathaidh. Dalnacardoch Lodge was our lunch stop and as we sat down with the Roadie a group of 5 cyclists pulled up behind us. They were cycling Land’s End to John ...