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Travel Blogs from West Dunbartonshire
... get this over with.
Anyways, during the week I decided to make stuffed peppers (my favorite dinner dish... or at least one of them) and I can proudly say that they did not come out horrible. They actually came out pretty good! After consulting with my mom and doing some Internet research, I cooked up the meat in the frying pan, seasoned it and then stuffed the peppers, added tomato sauce and some Parmesan cheese and into the oven they went. I didn't have any rice or ...
... with all the exercise we have been doing. A Rob Roy turned out to be a chicken breast wrapped in bacon stuffed with haggis served with soggy tinned carrots, grey peas, more chips all swimming in watery gravy!! Mmmmm. We skipped breakfast... and so we were on the road by 6.30am this morning (our earliest start so far). Initially we made good progress, it was already 16 degrees (a nice comfortable temp:) while we sat on a isolated bench by the side of ...
... and went back to bed. Trevor watched the show and took part in the Syndicate Quiz, but I just wanted to make up for the lost sleep of the night before. By this time we were docked in Holyhead, Anglesey, and the night was nice and quiet and best of all, no shaking bed! Hopefully I – and the weather – would be a lot better tomorrow. ...
... back to Mum's around 5pm but had a horrible drive out from Glasgow in the rain and to make matters worse it appears that Scotland have decided not to replace cats eyes on many roads or white line the edge of the road. Which all makes for a tricky drive home in the dark and wet when you're not that familiar with the road. But we made it.
We just had a quiet night with dinner at home with Mum, Linda and ...
... if a square, black pudding fried, bacon, eggs and our new favourite POTATO SCONES!
That day we accompanied Alan and Fee's family (and his son Euan) to Balloch Park which is the surrounds at Loch Lomond. Beautiful park with a castle and a track which you can walk around the Loch. We met pretty much his entire family and we felt just like part of them eating fish and chippies.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking