The Killearn Hotel
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These last few days we have spent catching up with an old school friend of Ron's, Alisdair Flemming and his wife Barbara. We've enjoyed lovely meals in the Old Mill and Kippin Inn as well as a tour of Glengoyne distillery. Before the distillery tour we had a lovely walk up the hill behind the distillery, called the Dumgoyne, which is part of the Campsie range. It was ...
... side of the loch. It was a stunning ride, made all the prettier by my newly purchased tam-o’-shanter from the Scottish Wool Centre in Aberfoyle (check out the flattering pics below). We almost definitely saw the grave of Rob Roy having visited to two most credited gravesites with conflicting evidence to keep a real air of mystery around the man. The following day, we stopped by the Scottish Wool Centre again and I picked up a sixth pair of sunnies and we witnessed the delightful ...
... with their workers. You can still see evidence of the hierarchy within the workers too. In Forth and in dwellings now gone from within the mine area, the little low miners’ cottages are linked one to the other. For the next tier, the managers, there are stand alone dwellings which has left Wilsontown with some quite attractive homes today. Presumably the Somervilles lived in a miner’s cottage in Forth. Some are gone, but a number remain on ...
A very quick entry to say I am having internet trouble. It keeps timing out on me. This is the first time I have reached travel pod, so I am sharing it now and then will try to add the diary entries I have been saving.
The weather has cooled, but almost dressed for winter - five layers on the top, two on the legs I ventured out. Actually the mild blustery wind was just perfect for taking in the countryside. A lot of walking was done wandering ...
I am getting more used to catching buses now. I am starting to trust that they will actually arrive around the stated time and they will stop to pick me up. I travelled from Glasgow to Killearn this morning. It took about an hour, but that included many stops and a lot of the time getting out of the city. My B&B is beautiful, indoors and outside, with a lovely garden extending to the “Woodedge” which is its name. The delicate colours of the bedroom, ...