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... age, make of this paradox? Having read about him on the internet is one thing. Standing at this stone, making the spot, gives one a little more pause. It becomes a little more real.
At the same time, I've just started working my way through True Thomas by Nigel Tranter. (If you love Scottish history, you must read Nigel Tranter's fiction! He researches thoroughly and brings it to life via 'fiction.')
From there, we moved ...
... wouldn't say I felt anything particularly sinister inside, apart from my medieval boots on slippery green stone.
I learned one very vital thing about Hermitage: It didn't exist in anything like its present state, when Simon,Beaumont, Evil Medieval Knight, Esq., knew it. So, a bit of tweaking will occur in the scene in which he visits it, seeking any trace or belonging of the Bad Lord ...
... to make it to the top and spent some time overlooking the villages and Derwentwater (and getting our breath back). Going down, obviously, was easier but challenging as well. On returning by launch, we headed for this great pie shop and enjoyed our very late lunch.
We really enjoyed our time in this area of the lakes district.
The next day we headed down the motorway on our way to London for our 4 week stay.
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Robyn and Ross
... we finished our rafting trip, and we all made our way to sample and purchase some gourmet chocolates. Lunch was our first authentic introduction to Cottage Pie (Shepherd's Pie), and afterwards was a treat - we walked down the road to a small meeting room (I think the room is used for their equivalent of a Girl Scouts Brownies Troop) where the students had a lesson on Scottish Highlander History from none other than Alan Torrance. Alan Torrance is a local ...
... There is so much to do here. It's a pity we can no longer canoe as we could canoe on this very loch, Loch Achray, that we have a superb view of from our apartment windows.
It is a fisherman's dream with HPB having it's own fishing rights and set place on the River Ericht and its own Lochan.
On site is a lovely spa with pool, steam room and sauna and a beauty parlour. There is a well stocked library and ...