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... built with stone, sometimes double walled. It had steps down and some small rooms and provided shelter from Romans in this case except that it really got a bit too cold up here so they never quite made it. Pics 4-6. Further along we came on a ruined mansion house perhaps to be restored. Pics 7-8. Ben loved everything. Pic 9. From a break in the trees we could see the Forth Bridge at Edinburgh about 20 miles away. Pic 10- look hard. Saturday night was party time. All great fun. Pics ...
... Glasgow every year since then.
There were so many bands represented and so many countries represented. It was hard to keep up with who was whom.
The Burn's Club pipe band had representation in both the Grade threes and the grade fours.
There was so many talented people at this event it was nauseating. I mean really, it made me sick to see kids who are otherwise unable to tie their shoe laces, playing the pipes like a champion.
... us in. These are really small homes. We walked in her front door, through a small sitting room and a small kitchen, out the back door. I doubt if it was more than five metres all together. Her back door opened directly onto a lane way, with a garden on the other side. She told us a David next door was a bit antisocial, so just as well we didn't knock on his door! Jean (I think that was her name) took us to David's back door, called out to him, and went in. Unfortunately ...
... of the them. There is 500,000 people in Glasgow and it's the Capital of Scotland. It's an industrial city and an honest city as they acknowledged that they had a huge drug problem and did something about it whereas Edinburgh denied it had a problem and today it has the highest rate of HIV drug addicts. Glasgow cleaned all it's stone buildings and as a result when it rains the buildings turn green with fungus. On entrance to the city, Glasgow is an ugly city, cement and ...
... red hair. For most others though he would be known by his anglicised name of 'Rob Roy'.
Although a Protestant, he was a Jacobite sympathiser (follower of James Stuart the ‘Old Pretender’) and the next we hear of Rubah (Rob Roy) is at the age of 18 as he rallied the Gregors to join Jacobite leader Viscount Dundee, John Graham of Claverhouse. Dundee, known by his supporters as ‘Bonnie Dundee’, was to meet the ...