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... architect William Adam
who built Floors Castle and many of the other Great Houses of Scotland
(including Hopetoun House which I visited as I first set out from Edinburgh two
weeks ago). Unfortunately, though, it was closed on Tuesday, so I could only
take a picture from outside.
The last part of my road trip followed the coast from
Eyemouth near the English border through Dunbar and North Berwick. Between
heavy showers I managed a few stops to take in the ...
... see in the last photo are a robin and blue tit. Says it all really. The photo is taken before the glass has been fired in the kiln. Will put a photo up once it comes out, I'm sure it will look fab!
Next week we start two weeks of carving. The main piece that we produce in term 2 is a hand carved mirror, so I've cobbled together a design that meets the brief. Wont say too much about it now as I wont have anything to report next week. I ...
... to get out of the office to search. Just gave me the same 10 questions they always do.Where ya bin where you staying, where you working etc etc. They almost act like an Aussie would want to stay in the UK. Fools.
Dee's mum came for the drive up to the lakes district for the bucks party I went to. She and Dee took Pepe for the weekend while I went with 30 blokes to drink some beer and shoot clay pigeons(they look nothing like a pigeon) drove go carts and played ...
... you Greg) we were able to follow this magnificent river through to a somewhat odd modern village that had been constructed around two golf courses in a place called Cardrona. We walked through this sterile village which appeared somewhat inhuman even giving the appearance of a modern ghost town. We exited the village onto the B7062 to Traquair. Although we were now on a minor road, there was very little traffic and we were still ...
... We were told that people camp at the beginning of the Pennine Way!!! Well, we thought we put up with sheep before, it's just a matter of keeping Ben away from the poo and the ticks away from the dogs!! But that was nothing compared to being woken up in the morning by cows bellowing right outside your tent and leaving behind another delicacy that Ben would loved to have tried!!! We even tried the only campsite in Kirk Yetholm (the YHA dont accept dogs!!). They not only ...