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... through various rooms to watch video presentations on the formation of the loch millions of years ago, through to the 1980s including the Loch Ness Monster sightings and theories.
After lunch, with blue skies overhead and not a sign of rain (but still very windy) we drove to the Highlanders Museum at Fort George, just outside of Inverness. We were given an audio guide to help us identify interesting parts of the Fort which is still a working army ...
... a boring read doesn't it? besides, I don't think my feet would allow me to run anymore. I managed to get the blister sores to a point of bearing but frequent stops were made due to the set in of a fire sensation to the whole underside of my feet. these shoes really do suck.
all whining aside, the views of today's walk really were stunning. worth the effort ...
... have been rendered in a gold coloured lime wash, again, not the drab stone castle of my imagination. After Stirling Castle we were not sure about visiting Doune Castle but found it to be more original and interesting than Stirling. It has not ever been under siege and as it was not lived in constantly it was not altered over the years, so what you see is 14th Century architecture and all the mod cons of the time, for example, private privies (en ...
... and ran round the fields. Auntie J threw a stick for me loads of times but then she limped all the way back to the car.
Its been a strange old day but I'm very settled now that I've had my dinner and auntie S has shown me how to write a blog.
I wonder what we'll do tomorrow?
PS I only got one wee glimpse of Patsy - her eyes are the size of saucers and she ran away as soon as she saw me.
... from further afield have sent us. As with all the comments you sent when we were travelling, it has been a joy to receive them. We do hope some of you will plan trips to Bridge of Allan in the future.
We talked a lot when we were away about selling the house in Fountain Road and buying something much smaller, cheaper to run and more manageable. Returning has certainly convinced us that the house cannot be left unoccupied in the ...