Dalgair House Hotel
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... in the early twelfth century in the memory of Queen Margaret. The legend has it that she died in the year 1093 because of a broken heart. She heard the news of the death of her husband and she could not handle it. Her husband was King Malcolm III. I loved going in here, our guide told us only ten people can fit in the chapel. You can have your wedding in here. He said the Scots love it cause if you can only fit 10 in the chapel you only have to pay for 10 at the ...
... of water and deer fences all round the station - it was hard to know
what to look at as there was so much.
Train passed a loch which seemed to be about 10m down in level, there was one section where an excavator was doing a bit of work on the side of the rails and what looked like a train carriage at a very unhealthy angle between the train lines and the loch - best not to investigate it too much till we've finished all of ...
... baggage allowance.
Judith, Frances and I visited Farmston to inspect the new walled garden as it takes shape. We all agreed it's looking wonderful, with classically symmetrical lines.
Ps I entitled this 'through' to Perthshire because the Scots don't say ' I'm going over to Glasgow, but I'm going 'through' to Glasgow...quaint, ...
... cottage in Limekilns and I’m a touch jealous - it’s a pretty idyllic place to live. Getting used to the length of the days is taking a lot of getting used to, as well. The solstice is not until late June but even at the beginning of May, dark was not falling until after 10pm and rising again by 4am. As I'm used to eating dinner after dark, this has resulted in some amusingly late meals!
As a final blog about Africa, I’m afraid you will have to give me ...
... We are all people, after all. We want to live, and be well, and care for our children. The focus on children in the ceremony was important too because (and feel free to disagree with me here) the British think about their children a lot. That's why they have such excellent children's literature, I think. In America we are still largely focused on adults getting to achieve all that they can and getting to have children when it is convenient for the parents. If we ...