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... and got in the car and kept going. Sophie was still a bit nervous but Imants was much better. Afternoon: -Ate lunch in the car, ham and cheese sandwich. -Eilean Donan castle near the Skye bridge was beautiful -Drove to Portree and then continued up to Old Man of Storr, a rocky hill close to the coast. We walked some of the way up the path to get a nice view of the sunset. It was very snowy and therefore ...
... s paper toll frames. The Bapistry was like a mini church with an ornately carved high cover over the Font, had stained windows and an alter and the ceiling's stone arches had carved decorations at close intervals - so much to see, the alter was beautiful Caen stone with 3 carved arches resting on miniature pillars, pulpit with tapestry banners, the choir stalls were carved as were the official chairs for the clergy, tiled floor did not know where to look as so much to see ...
... for supplying a last line.
A lady from Mellon Udrigle
had ears she could separately wiggle.
It became a bit sore
when she tried semaphore,
but it made all her family giggle.
I'd arranged to meet Margot and Jeremy there as they were keen for a coastal walk in the sun. Margot stayed with us to Opinan and then retraced her steps to the car. Jeremy accompanied me to Greenstone Pont and down to Slaggan Bay, a section of the coast he ...
Bucklebury is a small sleepy village in West Berkshire, England with a population of 2,066. It may be a mere 45 minute drive from London but with its scenic views, country lanes, oak trees and farmland it could be a world ...
... br> We are now beside Loch Carron and decide to drive around it to the town of Lochcarron. Up, up and up driving steeply through the cloud and then back down the other side. Lochcarron turns out to be a sizeable place for these parts, again with all the houses and shops lining the edge of the loch.
Strome Castle is only six miles away so we drive on but there is not much left of it. The castle is completely ruined and sits ...