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... catching up with all our news and lots of reminiscing about earlier days and escapades.
Grant had planned to slip away quietly - say his goodbyes at George and Lorna's, return his hire car and check in. But George was having none of that - we farewelled them when they were in Australia last Easter so they were farewelling Grant. As they were saying their goodbyes, there were apparently a couple of entertainers there who ...
... opening the jar knowing that the last person to go in there was almost certainly a compatriot. One feels one should leave a little note saying "Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi!"
Pollok Park is a huge ex-country-estate, part of which has been used for the Burrell Collection building, although Pollock House, managed by the National Trust, is there as well; as are an important herd of pedigree Highland coos - all with rather symmetrical horns and ...
... this castle!)
Then we set off driving again (it was too wet to get out of the car!) up to and through Glen Coe.. These are the highest mountains I have ever seen - I did grow up in totally flat busselton!! The tops are still covered in snow. Skyfall was filmed somewhere near here but we can't find it! :(Queen Victoria described Glen Coe perfectly- "stern, rugged and precipitous"
*wee = small or just a descriptive word to go before ...
... accents lol. The trip will take about 3 hours (it is now 1635) and we r due in at about 1800. We r loving the trip. So much to tell you all :) maybe we could have a slide night lol. Have not done much shopping but I am sure that will change. Spoke to Pookie today will call my boys in the next couple of days. Much love Mum and Kebby ...
... a quick sweep which showed no chicken now near me. 5 Seconds later I glanced behind me to grab something from my pack, and swore like a trooper when I discovered the little sod (or is that soddette?) actually on the seat with me. I came very close to punching a farm yard animal. Recovering from my incursion with said critter, I then continued the lakeside walk, passing now a lot of foreign tourists, ...