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The 7:14 train to Stirling then change to the Inverness train arriving Aviemore about 10AM. Bus up to the mountain then funicular railway to the top. We had only been there about 15 mins when it snowed. What a treat since we didn't expect it and it gave ...
... through country lanes and through all the housing estates in Scone before reaching Perth 30mns later, rather slow for a two mile journey, but very interesting. Perth was hosting the SNP conference and there were various protest meetings being held in the central area. They seemed to consist of angry men yelling through megaphones at passers by and shoppers who were totally disinterested. Treacle showed more interest in them than anyone else and that ...
... was to find a stone circle close to a farm. This is not well known. The B&B lady hadn't heard of it. It was supposed to be only 1 mile up the road from this church. I had missed the turn for that too, but after I found the church, I just went up one mile and turned and took a chance. It turned out to be the right road. It just a farm road. But the stone circle was small and right off the road. Luckily, I found a place to park in front of a gate. I knew I wouldn't be there long. ...
OMG!! What an amazing event!!! No wonder Dougie's job is entertainment!! He does it so very well!! The wedding was held in this little stone chapel that was built in the 1700's. It was so beautiful!! After the ceremony and while exiting the chapel, there was a piper playing as ...
... shape of a building were being deposited in a spoil heap by those working patiently to reveal a domestic history. Work is being undertaken by Scottish Hydro to replace the existing pylons and their own archaeologists are involved in excavation as this is undertaken. Thanks must go to Alan at the Information office in Pitlochry, who filled me in on the above information when I queried those working on the dig with him later. It was uphill all the way but ...