Bay Glenburn Hotel
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... for a Scottish evening. The evening was put on for the coach tours (tours of retired people who stay in the hotels and are taken sight seeing during the day) a Scottish man hosting immediately picked me as his favourite for the evening and asked many questions about where I was from and what dances I knew. He asked some of the ladies to dance and introduced highland dancers and a bagpipe player from the local band. As I sat there ...
... to a church and went and had a look. Europe/UK would be a fantastic place to come if you were religious. So many churches everywhere and so pretty. Then I walked along the river and came to a bridge and walked half way to take photos. Then I could see a spire so went I find it and stumbled on this little gallery with stamp pictures. It said to make one and leave it as part of the the artists work so I started to do one then the artist came in which was a bit ...
... our vows to not drink too much and signing along to Runrig, Bay City Rollers and Andy Stewart. Brought back memories of a similar evening in Fort Bill after finishing the WHW last time which I believe is still available on DVD courtesy of Rainy's covert camera work! Linda had to head off down the road but not before regaling us with stories of her job as Bill Costley's getaway driver! Back to the hotel, one for the road and we're all set for Day 1 tomorrow Night ...
... be something to see.
I also visited a nearby tenement house museum. Here was one answer to where large families slept. There were double bed sized sleeping platforms in a recess in the kitchen and behind a door (apparently later illegal as there were no handles on the inside - one way to keep the kids in bed) in a living room. While there I joined the National Trust, as it will save quite ...
... let us come in and get some tea and coffee to take out. Everyone here has such wonderful accents! Yes, Sang, I am listening carefully!
As we drove along the backroads we met Hamish, the Highland Cow. Wow, those animals are so big and hairy and even Mrs. Hamish had those huge wide horns! Speaking of animals,Donna says the highlight of her day was first hearing and then seeing a woodpecker, right in the tree outside Seras' window.