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... down to choose our various cheesecakes. Mmmmm!! Replete we set out for the airport and our flight home. This time it was on time and we had an uneventful journey. None of us slept and we arrived at Glasgow at 5am - midnight in Orlando! We dropped Cameron off at home to have a glass of milk then bed. Willie and I arrived home about 7.45 and went to bed till midday. Back to normal now with all our happy memories to see us through the rest of the Scottish ...
... The morning rain disappeared and the day was warm and sunny.
Tonight we went out to a local restaurant with David and Diane. Very nice. After tea we drove to Gleneagles golf course (which is just up to road from Diane's house) and hotel for a nose. Impressive. Big ponds with white swans.
We are still trying to sort out our sleep patterns. We wake at 3.30am very wide awake and then struggle later in the ...
... some very cute local soap bars on clearance for about 1/8 original price, so if any of you get one from me, you will realize what a cheapskate I am!! Seriously, though, it's in my Scottish blood to be thrifty, and I look at it like being able to save that much more for my next trip in hopefully a few more years.:)
Well, I'm going to finish up here and put some pics up. Hope you are all enjoying this blog!! Hope all are well!
... out how they are coping by Sabbath. :) I have been sent photos of some of their culinary creations, and I don't doubt they are eating very well. :) Maybe I can retire from cooking when I get home. :) But they told me this was MY travel blog and not to be their "survival" blog, so I will leave them to make their own special memories. It will be nice to be back with them, but of course I'm making the most of my time here.
I'm sitting in ...
... work ensured that Dunfermline benefitted greatly from his wealth through the building of swimming baths, a library (1881) and church pipes. He presented Pittencrieff Park to Dunfermline in 1903 and followed this by the setting up of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust to ensure its upkeep and the carry out other works that would provide 'sweetness and light’ for the ‘toiling masses’. The trust continues today to fund art and music events ...