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... two hours at this museum that had displays of village and farm life from the early 20th century and the recreation of a village from the early 1700s. It was an excellent museum and we were pleased we had found it.
Then it was back in the car and drive to Perth where we are spending the night. Tomorrow morning we head off to Liverpool where Chris is excited to be able to visit The Beatles Museum and Bruce is looking forward to visiting the Maritime Museum.
Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
... fire, maybe as an offering to the Gods. Things began to happen quickly. A pinch of tin was added to the molten copper buried in the coals. One man pulled a glowing red crucible from the fire and it seemed to us that he poured liquid fire into the carefully crafted mold created in sand. Moments later he opened the mold and the copper torc dropped into a bucket of cold water. Within a few minutes we were holding it in our hands. It seemed almost like magic. Who worked out ...
... litte village is about 10 miles and we weren’t even sure, if there were any stores there. So we chose to drive to Pitlochry, which is the next small town with lots of shops and restaurants. Pitlochry is 23 Miles from the cottage and the only way to get anywhere from here is back on the small winding road, where two cars can barely fit past by each other. In fact the road is so curvy with sudden ups and downs, that Richy needed his ...
... Dunkeld Cathedral is a building of two very distinct partd. Its east end is a rather attractive parish church still in use today; its west end, apart from the bell tower and chapter house, a roofless ruin with a grassy carpet. Unfortunately for us, the ruins are being worked on and we were not able to enter but only look in and take very strategically posed photos to avoid scaffolding. it was still beautiful and the surrounding views are lovely. As we were ...