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... Harry Potter story. But, my favourite was about the Greyfriars dog, Bobby, who was a Skye Terrier who became known in 19th-century Edinburgh for supposedly spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner until he died himself on 14 January 1872. There is a statue of Bobby which sits at the corner of Edinburgh's Candlemaker Row and George IV Bridge. They say if you touch his nose it brings you good luck. We left the bus and walked up the hill to the castle. A ...
... Wallace. put the picnic set to good use on the banks of a loch North of Sterling tucked away on the foresaw. The road North to the highlands was full of beautiful surprises, the occasional castle, turret houses pretty lochs. All I all very pleasant driving.Discovered the beauty of Killin. Picture post card stuff with the old mill on the river straddling the burial place and quaint gravestones of the McDoffs.We could have spent so much time here ...
... a nap. When Nan came back, she took us on a drive to see the area. It's spectacular here!
We had a lovely home cooked meal and we are now getting ready to go to bed. It has been a long day for us. Back home it's only about 2:15 pm Friday (we've been up for about 33 hours, minus the short nap we had), but here is it 9:15pm. After such a long day and some great catching up with Nan over 3 cups of tea, it's time to say ...
... Field’s, Narrow, and Alps each live up to their names. From No. 1, a Par-4 - Railway, where an old stone wall parallels the railroad tracks to No. 5, Himalayas, a par-3 with its green barely visible above rolling terrain to No. 17, a Par-4, Alps, that’s green is totally hidden and protected by a huge bunker, we thrill at the demands and uniqueness of each hole. Greens are undulating and difficult. Huge bunkers lined with sleepers ...
... up from the various mosses that grew alongside the small gulleys that would have been running with peaty water had there been rain. Checking the map we identified the hills with wonderful names, Mount Maw, Grain Heads, The Mount, Wether Law and Muckle Knock. We moved on reaching Cauldstane Slap, the name given to the area on the hills between East Cairn Hill and West Cairn Hill where the theft of cattle took place as they were driven across to West Linton from the north on their ...
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