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... watching Tony & Amanda working their way through the four different ones. Apparently it was best to keep sipping and returning to the different ones over and over. Interesting that by the end they liked a certain one a lot more than when they first started sipping. One was so smoky it almost smelt and tasted like an open fire! Yuk, none of us liked it.
Our lamb shanks were awesome and we were even brave enough to try some Haggis ...
... says that's normal after a hot sunny day. We have had a wonderful five days and met some great people. We got back just after 7pm, checked into our hotel and went off for a spot of shopping and then dinner. Had fish for the fifth time in six days, so nice. Scottish Salmon in a Brie cheese sauce yum yum!! Weather has cooled down a lot. Back in our room watching an episode of Doc Martin, having fun saying ate there, sat on that bench lol. Pick up another car in the morning for our next ...
... and went to get more food. Myself and Ray ran down the loch which we had to ourselves. Bill was saying that scientists using all their sonar equipment have 18 unidentified creatures swimming and living in Loch Ness. There is no way to send cameras down as the Loch is the colour of Guinness and it won’t be able to detect them. He reckons they have swam in from the Atlantic or have always been there. No big dinosaur but something to keep ...
... of making the vellum (from sheepskins), creating the vivid colors and painting the detailed designs. There were also two huge, beautiful quilts that had been made and donated by individual women to highlight the Gospel illustrations...also works of art.
Besides the remains of the abbey, there is also a small castle, built in the 1500's and later bought and remodeled in the Arts and Crafts style around 1901 to make a nice little home ...
... epic ...