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We (my mom and I if you haven't been keeping up!) left the Outer Hebrides in far nw Scotland on August 20th with the agenda of getting to the east coast, just south of Edinburgh, on the 22nd. We spent a night at a great little B+B on Skye and another in a tiny spot called Tyndrum en route. Although our B+B on Skye was in a great spot right on the water and had large picture windows in the dining room/lounge area, we woke up to gloomy skies so opted to just keep going. ...
... couple of days. Got to our lodging last night which is a small Inn situated in an old mansion house in North Berwick.
Woke up early this morning and had a terrific salmon and eggs breakfast. The boys both had "pancakes" which were Scottish style. By that I mean they more closely resembled buttermilk biscuits as they were thick and round served with honey. The boys didn't rave but ate them and were more than happy to wolf down the pastries and yogurt.
It's pretty warm today but there are black clouds looming...Ian is being trailer tent-proud and complaining that I have walked wet grass inside. It's not my fault they cut the grass yesterday without a grass box...and then it rained. It was pitch black when I walked over to the wash block to clean my teeth last night, how was I to know I had brought in half a ton of wet grass with me? If I am in trouble, so is ...
... babies, anyway, not all were obvious Madonnas) by ten or twelve of the world's greatest artists, with Leonardo only separated from the exquisite Picasso blue period by Raphael??
The Leonardo in particular was absolutely tear-inducingly lovely, and, unlike the Hermitage where it was an elbow to the front of tue pack, quick glance and then you're shoved out of the way by the next row of elbowers, I could stand and admire her and her lovely podgy baby, one ...
... like Maine! A short walk from town brings us to the local scotch distillery, Blair Athol, where we arrive for a tour. A local guidebook says that you can’t visit Scotland without a visit to one of its 100 distilleries, and I’m skeptical, but I wanted to go to Pitlochry, so I’m on board. I had no idea what a treat was in store. As we are the only people who show up for the morning tour, we feel like royalty with a personal trip around accompanied by John, ...