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Scotland – After our time in amazing Ireland, we thought this would take some beating, but in Scotland, we think it pipped Ireland – maybe it was the stories and links to historical sites, battles and events, but we were well pleased with our escapade across the Scottish Highlands.
As soon as we crossed the border into Scotland, we knew we were in for a treat. Gretna Green, a small village just across the border with ...
... sleeping situations).
And the next afternoon I drove the 4.5 hours to Spokane.
I forgot how much I really like driving. Especially alone. It's relaxing. I can listen to the music I want to, set the temperature how I like it (music loud, A/C on but on low, and windows down).
And after being out of the country for almost two months, traveling to a new city on an average of every 5 days, I arrived in the town where I grew up.
... it does) and teach them of God’s love. It does such a good job that poor Glory had a long line of vainly hopeful parents offering money and all sorts to try and get their kids in every day. Unfortunately for them it’s already packed and almost exploding (poor teachers). Our job here was to teach them to sing, as music is a subject not taken too seriously over there and let’s be honest these kids ain’t got the natural Michael Jackson genes that many of ...
On Sunday night, I took an overnight train to Glasgow. A shortest overnight train I've ever taken, just a bit over 7 hours. But it is one of the nicest 2nd class overnight train I've been on so far.
There's supposed to be a lecture course on programming at the University of Glasgow, but I decided to go back to do some work instead so I went straight from Central station to Queen's Street station to catch a train back to Edinburgh. Leave this town for later ...
... girl after 5 days and the little boy, Adam after a few months from measles and whooping cough.
For Mum and Enid I can now provide the details of what happened to their Uncle Neil McFadyen. He married in Glasgow at the age of 41. Agnes McIntyre his first wife was 43. She was a widow. Neil was a fruiterer’s despatch clerk and her father, James McIntyre was a fruiterer. Her mother was ...