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... to seeing them both and spending time with them around Berlin. Ok back to the blog, Saturday we had a slow start to the day at Dorethy's place at Irvine (about an hour out of Glasgow) then drove back to Ronnie's place in Glasgow. We were told that there is a beach near Irvine so we had to have a look. We stopped at Troon and walked on the beach. Definitely not up to par to our usual Kellys Beach, ...
Day 7, yesterday, was probably one of my favorite days so far. Uncle Jimmy and Aunty Marie took us for a drive for about an hour and a bit to a place called Loch Lomond. It was really pretty but very busy due to the gorgeous hot weather. (About 22 degrees!) We had lunch there and then drove to meet the rest of the family who we'd heard so much about. Uncle Jimmy and Aunty Marie have two sons, Jim and Mark. Jim and his ...
... looking birds with chicks that hatched the day we arrived! It's so cute to see the male bird flying in and out to feed the female and his babies. Uncle Jimmy and Aunty Marie are the epitome of hospitable. We have fresh fluffy towels and soft comfy beds. We're in single rooms but its ok for a few nights. I finally get the whole bed to myself! Ha! We had a BBQ in the sun for dinner - who would have thought we'd be getting a tan ...
... It bridges a height of about 50 meters and when makes almost no noise when in operation. I couldn’t believe how quiet it was that I had to look twice to make sure it really was moving. It can simultaneously transport two vessels (one heading down, the other heading up) and connects a key canal to Edinburgh that now replaces a number of smaller locks. After watching it in action standing right underneath the wheel, we headed indoors to the small interpretation center ...
... way was very well signed and the walking fairly easy. We met two groups of girls from St Georges School for Girls in Edinburgh out on a bronze DofE expedition assessment. We wished them well and hoped they had plenty of water as the day was hot! Stopping for a flapjack and more water at 10.30 hrs we savoured the peacefulness, the emptiness and the beauty of these hills. Looking at them more closely the heather moorland was a myriad of colours from pale to dark green to purple to ...