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... Grampian ranges). We travelled the Glen Coe mountains. They are different to what you expect, still snow on the top but with brown barren land..... Very few trees, they appear to have stripped all vegetation. Still beautiful landscape, especially when you add in the lochs, winding roads and super wooly sheep. Not to forget the deer..... Yes, we were lucky enough to spot wild deer. Later in the day we come to Loch Ness where legend tells us there was something happening in the ...
... all in uniform marching down the street.
The first location was on the steps of the Concert Hall looking down Buchanan st. Massive crowd clapping along and of course as soon as the band struck up with Waltzing Matilda there was cheers and smiles all around. It was a lovely sunny morning and the whole thing felt rather surreal and odd. Sunshine?, waltzing maltilda? But this is Scotland isn't it? (the scottish weather was biding its time)
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We head off this morning with our first stop in Grasmere in the Lake District, very pretty countryside, almost as nice as NZ :) We visit the churchyard where William Wordsworth is buried and we amble along the lovely country lanes, they are very narrow, lots of lovely old houses, homesteads, very nice scenery. Then we are into Scotland and visit Gretna Green. I am sure you know the history here where young ...
... pretty sight but on arriving there we were met by a new resort and facilities. So, don’t be put off! It’s all changed. . . . .Kathy the Landlubber, dosed herself with Travacalm and enjoyed the 40 minute ferry ride. The weather was glorious. Warm and almost windless. Travel was by tour bus around the two main islands of the Orkney Isles group. The guide gave us an interesting insight into the happenings at Scapa Flow which was of course the main base for the ...
... who upon finding we were visitors unlocked the newly refurbished, but still empty, Reading Room so we could admire the ornate ceilling. He then sent us up the old stairs so we could see the inside of the dome.
The family history section was very quiet, and we ended up one floor down in the local history section and whiled away some time there. Unfortunately, the Glasgow City Archives, which would have been of most interest to me, were temporarily closed.