The Beardmore Hotel & Conference Centre
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... Scotland!!! Spent the rest of the day in Glasgow. We walked around the Hunterian museum looking at the Antonine exhibit and the tomb of Robert the Bruce. Carla and I had elderflower gin cocktails with Graeme at Glasgow uni in a bar called Vodka Wodka. The graduating students were there dressed in kilts. Drove back home to pack up the cottage for our last night in ...
... on their own when I arrived but did have company earlier. Poor Audrey had just nipped to the loo but returned to duty. I was only there for a moment to drink and go on. My bottle of chia charge was swapped for a full one as requested.
Through the forest and there was Loch Lomond, not enough light to get good photos at first but then Conic hill appeared and photo time. Bob passed me at a nice cruising speed and I didn't ...
Well yesterday started off being quite relaxed, I threw a few more things in the loft and had a leisurely breakfast before getting ready for Judith's (the other one) baby shower. We had a great afternoon of food, games and watching a mountain of presents being opened, that's one lucky kid! After saying my goodbyes to the name twin I rushed off to the other side of Dunfermline for a very quick visit to Sarah, Marshall and their clever 9-ish month old, Reuben. He greeted me with his ...
... tea and then she and Mum went off to the Rural (The Women's Rural Institute) - a bit like the CWA in Australia. Craig and I sat and chatted to Linda and Frank and gave them a sneak preview of the birthday album.
We headed upstairs just as Mum arrived back and we chatted for a wee while then headed off to bed, warning Mum that she wasn't allowed to open any of her presents or cards until the next ...
... are larger and not all fenced in stone. There are huge estates belonging to generations of the same families with large plantations of beautiful trees of greens, yellows and maroons ( Scotts pine, spruce,oak & Birch) so pretty.
May 20 - Drove down the M9 to Edinburgh city, great city divided by a railway line. Alongside the railway there are beautiful city gardens which used to be an open sewer that ...