Premier Inn Glasgow - Cambuslang/ M74, Jct 2
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A very foggy morning in the highlands but by 10 it had nearly all lifted. We left Invergarry and headed south towards Fort William and stopped at Nevis Range, a ski resort in winter but has gondola cars in summer. The views over the range and Fort William were stunning. We couldn't see Ben Nevis as it was behind the munro we were on. We had a coffee then headed back down the gondola. The area is very popular with ramblers, Munro-baggers and mountain bikes. We then headed off ...
... driver threw in lessons on how to grow perfect salad potatoes in plastic tubs lined with gray (not blue) slate. Blue slate contains arsenic which might get into the potatoes … nuf said, pay the ...
... half hour in absolute stitches just watching the two of them together. We had a lovely lunch and the afternoon sped by. Duncan came home, we ordered in dinner and the evening went in similar fashion. Today I found myself crying as we drove away from Glasgow, and am feeling very homesick and missing family. Yesterday reminded me so much of the family get-togethers we had when Dad was still alive - we were all around the piano singing, and Jack played the drums for ...
... felt very nostalgic to be going back there and knowing this was a part of our history in this small town.
We figured out where we needed to go and jumped on a train. It would only take an hour from where we were so we took our books with us and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. After changing trains we arrived at the train station of Prestwick. I didn’t really know what to expect ...
... Tiny islands dotted the horizon, looking so black against the impossibly aquamarine of the ocean.
This was the location that the Picts came ashore at between 400-800 AD. This was where my ancestors built at least 5 black houses. I think they are called Black Houses as when you go inside, all you can see is blackness. This is where the 5 houses were discovered in aftermath of wild storm in 1992. They had been buried by the sands for perhaps thousands of years. After ...