Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrived at Macdonalds Forrest Hill late last night and woke this morning to brilliant blue skies. Cooked the dads blueberry pancakes and bacon for breakfast. The accommodation here is lovely but we have no phone reception or wifi unless we stand in a certain spot with right hand up and left leg bent, you get the picture. We are off the grid. There …
... beneficial and how to prepare them, plants that kill you are easier. After lunch in the local pub where we got to try Scottish salmon, we went to Glengoyne distillery. Adrian and Gavin did the full whisky tasting and tour. They said it has changed their ideas on what is a good whisky. The distillery at Glengoyne uses a process with a lower temperature ...
We got up bright an early on a Sunday to head off on an adventure up into the highlands. Met up with my pal from work Diana and boarded our bright orange Hairy Cow (Coo) bus, complete with hairy coo fringe and tongue, and headed through town to our first stop at South Queensferry. The driver was doing his best to be enthusiastic at 9am on a Sunday which was a bit old American cringe but he was all right apart from trying to get everyone to respond to all of ...
... that was another experience but mostly quite pleasant! However, the vista that greeted us when we reached Dumbain Farm in Balloch made it all worth it. It was the most beautiful B&B and the best by far. 103 miles was the total for the day. Tomorrow takes us up into the highlands along the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and onwards to Fort ...
... on my last pilgrimage) of wondering at lunch or dinner who I might end up sharing a table with -- knowing only that the company would be surprising, and fascinating Credit Tom with breaking me out of my social paralysis (in the right settings).
turns out, for instance, that a couple years back I'd chatted by phone with the newly retired Mollie, when I preached at her church. Over lunch at the Galway Irish Pub ...