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Greece was a great place and I was glad I decided to go there. After a good sleep it was time to get up and get breakfast, before I made my way to the airport and fly home.
After getting home I was about to encounter the first travel issues of the trip. During my time in Greece I had no issues but within one hour of being back in the UK, I was about to encounter my first travel issues.
Started the walk from the boathouse. Walked to Bishopbriggs where we had tea at the leisuredome. Spent a while selecting our route which ended with us walking along a narrow shouldered road, jumping fences into paddocks with cattle, taking shortcuts through fields of wheat and missing our destination by ...
Well the plans for this summer are complete
After much thinking it over and looking at what literally felt like a thousand websites, this stage of my summers adventures is now over, and all I can do now is wait until the time comes to begin my adventure.
So how are my plans looking, well here is a brief outline and a small description, for you to see where am going and why. I should add I was thinking of going to do the University dig again at Perth, but have ...
This is a test blog just to test out putting entries on my phone.
I will put up the itinerary once this is complete.
The plan with this blog is to report on my activities during the summer of 2014. The first part of my summer will hopefully involve my Universities dig at Perth, that is known as SERF. I will then have 2 separate trips that will have me looking at the landscape, history and material culture of various areas within the ...
... I have transcribed those in the best condition and have a few more to do. In the letters they mentioned where they visited and worked. Already today I saw most of those names on bus timetables or on signposts: Overton, Newmains, Schotts, Coltness, Crindledyke - they all still exist, but I expect it was much more rural (or industrial) in their times.
The Merrilees name was kept in the family through Helen Fletcher’s grandchildren. Auntie ...