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My trip into Perth yesterday went very well. The weather was about as perfect as I could have asked for, given the time of year. I left my sister's house around 12:20pm and speed-walked to the nearby town - about a 2 mile walk - so that I wouldn't miss the bus and have to wait for half an hour for the next one. I was still able to take a few photos on the way. In fact, there is an old church on the way that ...
... face in the rear view mirror makes me chuckle even now... We drove past the turn off to a place called Ecclefecchin and Nev wanted to stop in there so he could say he been there as the name made us laugh. I figured it was too late and didn't know how far away it was so because I didn't, I've not been allowed to hear the end of it! Hahaha! Glad to say that the ...
... the North Inch where a fierce battle between clans took place. Oh, and there is a statue of the maid on High Street. that should be all for my Walter Scott program. Due to the small sizes of the city, I browsed through these sites pretty much in no time. There are also the praised Black Watch museum and the city museum, though I had to skip them.
So I went to the Scone (they pronounce it like "skoon" here), ...
... the Thames in London. It was a wonderful spectacle and somewhere I would have loved to have been if I was not walking Land's End to John o’Groats. What an amazing atmosphere and an absolute joy to watch. The Roadie headed into town to 'case the joint’ as they say, coming back with bread and milk. He also found out which chippies were open this evening, so that is where tea will be tonight!! A rest day tomorrow so we will have time to explore Pitlochry at ease. ...
... does that. He did as it turned out later have another function, they put on mock battles and weaponry displays. That is where I learned all about King Robert. The most amazing thing to me was when the Scottish foot soldiers, really a motley looking crew, prepared to face the mounted English soldiers, they all knelt down in prayer before they had their victory. It said 10000 men were killed in that battle.
After we left all the dead soldiers behind, we arrived at Donna’s ...