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... time the highland tribes march together rather than fight each other. As they head south they quickly take the towns and cities they come across and more people join the army. They become known as the Jacobites. They cross into England and the army continues to grow. A few days from London and King George is wondering what to do as his armies are off fighting in Austria. Charles' advisors say to advance quickly before the army returns to protect the king. But winter approaches ...
... that were in there. Glad we both had senior’s moments as I was not going to tell Diane of my mistake. Arrived at Skye and went to the McDonald museum. Didn’t do much for us so we carried on with our trip. The country side was a lot different than Mull it reminded me of Australian snow fields above the tree line just low bush and heather. Eventually the country side became high cliffs and long valleys very magnificent. Drove around the roads and saw the Old Man of ...
Some 25 years after we all met in S2, the 3 hombres from Ellon Academy were due to reconvene at Glasgow's premier bar, Stereo, prior to undertaking the West Highland Way. 20 years ago, all 3 finished at Ellon Academy (Alasdair disgracefully so after squaring up to his German teacher) so Jeremy tried to cheer Al up by taking him inter-railing around Europe that Summer with nary a word spoken in ...
... and then the traffic once we got closer to town we were a half and hour late to meet our friends. Fer was waiting for us where she said she would be and Andrea showed up a little later. Luckily they are super nice girls and were not upset by our tardiness. We all drove back to their apartment and they treated us to pizza (I told you they were super nice). We had a really good time talking about their new life here and what we miss ...
... presumably a more frequently travelled route!!) unless you are using the return part on the same day. Riddle me ree.
Anyway, with sandwiches from Subway in hand, we jumped onto one of the many Glasgow trains and were pulling into Queen Street station only 50 minutes later. On the way we did a bit of research and discovered that the famous Hunterian Museum, on the campus of Glasgow University, was open until 5pm but not on Sunday, so we grabbed a cab and got there ...