Best Western Strathaven Hotel
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... the literal interpretation, this is not a sunny place. The constant wind and rain make me fear for my healthy levels of vitamin D and reasonable skin tone. However, just like the window tax was a sacrifice that helped supply a greater good, my lack of sunlight is a small price to pay. There may be other small sacrifices and inconveniences associated with being in a new place, but nothing that compares to the overall excellence of the ...
... enjoy the brilliant sunshine the day brought. We visited a Woollen Mills Shop and viewed some of the animals they had on display especially rare jacob's sheep. Proceeded along the banks of Loch Ard to a working hill farm for dinner and piped onto property by Gregor Lenard son of the owner who entertained us with song and music in a 1600's ...
... were on the canal towpath there was nearly always something to distract us from our painful feet. The highlight was the Falkirk Wheel. Built in 2000 with Millenium money, it was designed to replace 10 locks that had fallen into disrepair, so that the Union Canal could be reconnected to the Forth and Clyde canal. In addition they wanted something that was "spectacular" to attract tourism. Well they certainly managed that. I am sure my photos don't really do ...
... to meet us. First was Paul (Alec's brother) with his wife Margaret, followed by Alec's other sister Mary and her husband Bernie (a great laugh), not to forget 'Uncle Jimmy' who is Alec's father. We also had great fun spilling over all the photos of the Pattison's trip to New Zealand 13 years ago, loving the outfits exposed. Cheryl's friends Mel and ...... also came over to join us for the remainder of the nights festivities. After all the family had left, Bill and Isobel ...
... seen each other, wrote my friend a note on a bank business card and carried on our way though the busy town back out onto the open road where the wind hit us hard and we pushed against a 20mph head wind for the rest of the day, **** as if its not hard enough already with weak legs (still like jelly) a heavy heavy bike and a relentless horribly hot sun (I mean its now 6pm, in Scotland for heavens sake, and it's still 26 deg.. whats that about, ...