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... and kale whose outer leaves have been nibbled into a filigree of veins just like in my own garden.
For the best potatoes, Craigend Farm is the only place to go. Just on the other side of Cardross, it is the furthest I will be from home at 5 miles or so. They are currently digging up two different varieties of potatoes so I buy a bag of each, along with some gleaming purple new onions and freshly picked corn.
On the way back I ...
After such a busy day yesterday we enjoyed a relaxed morning, breakfast at 9.30am then headed into town on the trusty tram. We walked down Princess St, shopped a little, walked some more until we came to two art museums. The first was a modern art museum which didnt take us long view due to not understanding the artwork at all. It contained unusual fluorescent lights arranged as a sculpture, word art and sculptured heads. Then we went to the ...
... home and Laura left to go home to London, we've really enjoyed her company this weekend. She is an organiser and is doing lots with the family tree. We'll finish packing tonight, we have to catch a bus at 0815 for Aberdeen, get there about lunchtime, then overnight ferry to Shetland. Looking forward to next part of our journey, but we have both really enjoyed our time with family. We have felt really welcome, and everyone has gotten on ...
... even sunny in Scotland! It must know Mo's arrived!!) I was waiting at a set of traffic lights when the old lady waiting in the car right next to me shouted through her open window 'you must be very fit' 'Very Hot' (as in sweaty and smelly!) I replied ' arrkk Yerz twoz tek carez of yourzens, Enjoy!! she shouted as the lights changed to green. What was that Mo? asked Henry. No idea, think we must be in a foreign country!! We had crossed the ...
... easy to carry bags so that we won't be weighed down by them (both literally and figuratively). To have small bags like this, we're looking forward to NOT having to find luggage storage or a room before we can do anything. We'll be fine carrying these through cities with us, or on hikes if need be. We should also be able to take them as carry-on on buses and planes with us. But I still think we have too ...