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... feet were developing corns and were very sore. I couldn't keep my boots on for any length of time and only had my flip flops along (I'd sent my tennis shoes and extra clothes to Wales to try to lighten my load). Even my tennis shoes would not have helped - I needed my toes to be free to move. I went next door to the Forest Center and spent a good hour learning about the area, how it had been formed, what was available to explore, etc. Then I caught my bus. the bus driver ...
... researched route options, booked all accommodation before leaving etc, let me put you right. In my view there were/are simply too many variables to make that practicable so I purposely went for the plan each day as it comes as it gave me most flexibility. Indeed I'm reminded of Eisenhower’s (or someone like him) comment about 'no plan every survived contact with the enemy' Good one Ike!
After discussions with Base the decision was go to Paisley, do ...
... we all had a plate of Mum's famous soup for lunch and then it was time to go. It was a bit of a challenge fitting us and our luggage into the 'buzz box' aka Volkswagen Polo which was their hire car. However the relocation of the parcel shelf and me sharing the back seat with hand luggage got it all sorted out.
Our farewells were pretty brief - I guess experience over the years has taught us that it's like ripping off a bandaid - ...
... to fund the doctor’s services. Looking at a photograph showing young people working near the moulds for the pig iron with bare feet, I think the surgeon's services were probably often needed on site.
Another book described in detail the Clydeside orchards which had a long history, back to medieval times and earlier. In 1797 a traveller wrote about the “Eden of Scotland”. He described “am extensive valley of numerous orchards with the apple ...
... lunch of cloutie dumplings and ice-cream. Cloutie dumplings aren't shaped like dumplings as we had thought but were slices of what look like fruit slice - they taste divine and are filled with raisins with a taste of cinnamon.
Back on the bus again, we went back to the east and hopped off to explore the oldest house in Glasgow. Each of its rooms is decorated to depict one of its uses during its lifetime. The ...
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