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Domestic duties. Found a laundry and arranged to collect our washing in 2 hours. Time to look at Robbie Burns' house, where Scotland's national poet lived for many years, with his wife Jean Armour until he died in 1796. Interesting to look at paintings, drawings, poetry, of course, and the furnishings of the little house they lived in. Supposedly the couple were well off, with a maid, in ...
... no bells for me. I had no memory of staying in a place with a harbour and a large ruined castle, and no memory of Arran just off the coastline. It was a bit sad and I was musing on my lost memories as I sat on the edge of a housing estate waiting for my bus when suddenly I recognised the house in which I had stayed, it is interesting how things come back to you. The other interesting thing about Dunure was that I saw an eider duck swimming just outside ...
... Harry before her baby arrives, so we needed to say goodbye to them. When we arrived at Rockcliffe there were families on the beach and people collecting mussels on the rocks and we could see all the way across the bay. Before heading off sat and ate our lunch Then walked along a fairly steep path to the next bay at Kippford. There was ...
... of John Bulloch - Al found a Spiers name at the local museum. A beautiful lunch at a olde worlds pub and up to the lookout to get a beautiful view Of the city. We saw a wedding and a piper playing Al's "song" and then had a beautiful meal tea time at another pub One more tour around the town and back to Roberts boat club for coffee and drinks We left Robert and Jess very late and Al drove home one hour back to Ayr A fantastic and full day with some lovely Scots ...
Off early with a exciting drive through the windy roads of the Lake District. Discovered Sharyn not keen on narrow winding roads she was very quiet most of the way through the beautiful countryside. Stop off at the ancient ruins of Hadrian's wall amazing. Stopped at the Scottish boarder at Gretna Green then on to Ayr. Weather has turned wet but hopefully if forecast is correct warm weather will be back with us tomorrow ...