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... great time and it was quite the adventure. We made our mile walk back, drying off some along the way. We had a chance to change into dry clothes and warm up with hot chocolate. We then hopped on the bus again for our two and a half hour drive to our next hotel. We had a late dinner of past and we'll be leaving early to finish our drive to the ferry dock making our way to the Emerald ...
... but it seems I need to take a train out a ways to really get to them. Also, there is no guide to walking the canals like I thought there would be. I stopped at a book store and she found one that was out of print, so told me if I was going to walk them, I needed to write a book about it! When I woke up this morning, I could hear a lot of drumming outside my window. I looked out and saw a small marching band. When I went to breakfast I asked the waitress about it and she ...
... as ‘The Old Castle’.” I think we have found the location of the picnics.
Only a William Robb is mentioned so I will recheck the censuses tonight, but he did run a business. I may be able to find out where, as it is described in relation to the Free Church which might still exist. Geordie may simply have been a nickname bearing no relation to his actual name. Also Slater’s directories are now on line. They list shopkeepers and ...
... very deteriorated after 4 years, I replaced them with new silk ones.
This afternoon we went to meet up with our other cousin, May and hubby Robert. They babysit a gorgeous greyhound for the grandson.We had to run so we could post the tomtom back to Gareth in Wales
We're all packed and ready to fly out tomorrow.........before the predicted hurricane arrives.
... trip. We can hop on and off as much as we like in the two consecutive days.
With a running commentary on the different sights and the history of Glasgow, we were shown most of the city, excluding the eastern part due to the marches and the resulting disruption to the traffic.
We still love the accents! Although sometimes it's difficult to understand, especially when the speaker becomes excited and talks faster and the accent ...
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