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... a window that was designed and constructed in 1985 around the poems of Robert Burns, a wonderful experience. Another surprise was a bank of windows from the William Morris workshops. And here is a poem for Edinburgh by Lorna. Edinburgh , oh Edinburgh you're a different type of weather With castles, whiskey and writers old and hillsides full of heather. And my friend Rebus in his daggy pub where we had an ale or two Until we caved and went away because we had turned ...
... making a job change, falling in love, moving to a new city...all of these are chances to explore potential and be part of something different and better than before! But, certainly, change does not come without risk. What to the voters think? Well, 97% of adults are now registered to vote, but an 80% turn out at the polls has been predicted. Though the voting age in Scotland is 18, a special privilege has been granted to 16-17 year olds to vote on this question only. Over 100,000 ...
... but the weather was rather weak sauce. It rained the whole day so we stayed glued to our rain jackets and the umbrella that Nicolette heckled me for packing when I was leaving America (Gehrke - point). We abused our unlimited bus tickets all day, sometimes using them only for two blocks. We saw another mediocre comedy show and I demanded KFC to leave my day with a smile. Smile I did, not that there wasn’t already one.
We hung out with Nicolette’s cousin and ...
... it to Loch Katrine and the Trossachs, the sun went behind the clouds, and it was pretty chilly. The Colorado students weren't very impressed with the mountains and view since it was nothing compared to Colorado. At this point in the trip, some students were getting pretty homesick. I emphasize the word "some" because others didn't complain about being homesick once and even said they were sad we were over half way done with the trip.
... peat and long stretches of green pasture you might expect, but I'm sure I will do that in the future in my search for the Loch Ness Monster on another trip. I'm glad we made this stop and saw Scotland, the sound of bagpipes and sight of kilts will definitely be a fun memory to have. One stop left. Crazy to utter those words but it's true. Trip nostalgia is starting to set in and I can't keep myself from being a bit sad ...