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... Murray and hello to Kelly and baby Harris! Kelly, Harris and I went for some lunch and attempted to sit outside so I could enjoy some last minute Dundee sunshine but the wasps, hornets and bees had other ideas! We then drove to St Andrews to meet with Carrie and Michelle for a couple of hours. After lots of chats, photos, Harris cuddles and promises of a Christmas meet up and regular FaceTime, we said our farewells. And got a wee bit emotional! Kelly ...
Bill and Steph had visited the village of New Lanark a week or so ago and we thought it sounded interesting so after yet another steady start we took off on that quest.
Below is a short description of what it's all about.
New Lanark is an eighteenth century restored cotton mill village on the banks of the River Clyde in Southern Scotland. It was inscribed by UNESCO in 2001 as a cultural World Heritage Site.
... my case, a car ride to the station, a train from Wishaw to Carluke and a taxi to the B&B. I am here. I have an interesting black and white decor in my attic room, and a lovely en suite complete with bathrobe, table and chair.
Murdo and Mary McLeod are very hospitable. She asked if I wanted a cup of tea. Yes, she had decaf, then a few minutes later I had my coffee with warm croissants and jam. She also said she would give me a lift if I needed ...
... the details for tomorrow and did a bit of shopping too! Weather is fantastic and looks like continuing for tomorrow which is good. Walked down to the beach and had a look around. The locals were out in force grabbing the opportunity to get some sun as apparently the weather is not always this good! Also saw a 12th century church (ruins) where apparently several Knights Templar, amongst others, are ...
So, a night is Sanquhar, with it`s reputation t rival any other small unheard of place in Scotland, leaves a little to be desired.
One member of the group is quoted as saying "what a dive. The best pub in the place was smaller than our campervan and full of the most drunk people I have ever seen plus a man with a parrot which kept flying round the pub!"
So the group clearly enjoyed their night....Word has it that Simon was up at the crack of ...
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