Holiday Inn Express Dundee
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... all the equipment and attach the trailer with the four boats to one of the vans (still no trace of sunlight yet). And after a 4 hour drive we woke up to a bright sunny sky, colourful fall leaves and a still, mirror-like river to row on! In the past two months, I have learned not only how to actually row a boat but also about all the preparation that takes place before you can actually sit in the boat. There was a lot of assembly to be done before that races ...
... fortress on a peninsula high above the sea. What a fabulous site to defend! Had a good look over all the buildings and took lots of photos of the cliffs extending in either direction. We were almost the last to leave. Back to the Boomer to drive on to Stonehaven to camp in a caravan park just behind the beach. North again tomorrow, and we hope the weather ...
... take in the vast ocean expanses and activities and was well worth the detour. Simply beautiful country and we are probably seeing it at its absolute best at this time of the year. The farmland is magnificent and meticulously laid out. We passed through many small towns with their enchanting, quaint and historic homes and farms.
A feature of many of the farms are the beautiful all-stone fences that go on for miles. They are as good as the day they were put ...
... oldest, (post bar mitvah) who is wearing a broad brimmed hat and is clearly acting Father for the day despite his teenage spots and tendency to suck his thumb if he thinks no one is looking. He and the oldest girl manage all the little ones, Mum just pays the fares and quells toddler riots with A Look. They all speak broad Scots; why should one be surprised? Did I expect them all to shout "oy vey!" and break into a chorus of "If I Were A Rich ...
... complete with a streaky window! I was on the right side in order to see the gorgeous coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. The views were riveting, I never even made eye contact with the person sitting across from me.
I kept an eagle eye out for my stop. I was looking so forward to seeing Steve and his wife and daughters again and didn’t want to end up in London. I managed to get off and didn’t even have time to wonder if I was at the right ...