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... place where my ancestor William Muirhead married Dame Jean Hay (great granddaughter to Robert the Bruce) in a ceremony at the castle in 1414. The ruin was located somewhere in East Lothian County according to a dot on an Internet print-out map that I had. We finally found it after sloshing through the countryside, across a farmstead and their pastures, and then a short bushwhack through the Yester forest in the rain. Clearly not a major tourist site! It was ...
... so I add a link. http://www.thefalkirkwheel.co.uk Other highlights included a 400m tunnel complete with natural spring gushing down in the middle of it, a beautiful aqueduct, lots of pretty bridges over the canal and our final highlight the Canal Museum and Tea Room in Linlithgow. We arrived here after 21 miles, wet and very bedraggled. The tea room is a tiny place, a converted workman's cottage and looked very "twee". We asked did the mind us coming in. ...
... crowd going. Everyone was up on their feet dancing at the end. They played in the schooner bar later on as well around 11pm. Another good day, and at sea now until Tuesday. X Day 16 At sea This has been a quiet day as the weather not great today. They are having storms in some parts of Oz and we have grey skies and a rocking ship! After brekkie went to the Christmas fair down in the centrum but u canny kid a kidder ( especially a wee auld Scots yin) it is just the same stuff from ...
... a fair idea of the kind of man power and resources it took to run a castle that held a medieval dignitary, their family, their court, and everyone that participated in the running of said castle. There were also clear safety hazards everywhere. Who wants to clamber down a 3 foot wide spiral staircase in a floor length gown that weighs 5 stone? I know I wouldn’t. After exploring the castle, Nan took us home for a grand home cooked lunch. After lunch we were joined by ...
... we are encouraged to use our "temporary membership" to its full capacity. Donning our rain gear under over cast skies we prepare to tackle Prestwick. A demanding, exciting and constantly challenging course! A caddie is crucial for playing this traditional links course as it winds along the coastal land with several holes crisscrossing. Having caddied for 42 years at Prestwick, our caddie has plenty of Prestwick stories. With Hole names of ...
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