Loch Achray Hotel
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Another morning walk with Arthur the Scottish bush tucker man. This time up into the forest and hills behind Aberfoyle. Beautiful country with lot's of heather, flowers, ferns and moss. You can see the heather growing on the hillside in one of the pictures. Today we learnt more about medicines and poisons than food. I always wonder how people figured out what ...
... a bit more hairy. All I could think of was how much Kait would have loved it. The babies got their fair share of bread, except they hadn't quite mastered the bread eating technique and dropped half of it for their muma's to get. Hairy coos are cool. DaaaaaD lets get one!
Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake is based on Loch Katrine, and that was our next stop. Probably the favourite stop on the trip, it is a large loch set in a valley. Completely still and just ...
... much to my parents for the last one - they must really want to keep in touch with me while I'm away! On a slightly less cheery note, one of the other girls who is going on exchange to Ottawa received confirmation of her work permit last night and there's no word of mine. She applied more than a month after I did so I'm just having to be patient and clinging on to the hope mine will arrive shortly......12 days to go ...
... archivist said that cotton gloves actually caused more damage to page corners because they were harder to grab. But there's still a respect for the book. At the National Library of Scotland, the books rested on soft pillows with string of beads laid over the pages to gently hold them open. Books on pillows with beads--there's a poem there, but I haven't gotten to write it yet. After our free day, we moved on to York, which has glories of its own ...that will be explored in the next ...
... Scotland’s only lake. Having examined the ruins thoroughly we took a path (perhaps better described as a track) which ran around the shores of the island. Even the onset of light rain could not detract from the experience of peace and natural beauty we felt as we wandered beneath the moss clad trees.
By the time we had completed our ramble the rain had begun to fall more heavily and the boat trip back to the mainland was somewhat ...