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... dotted along the valley floor. There were a number of dams and concentration pipes set up by Scottish Hydro. There were also quite a few wind turbines dotted across the landscape. Everywhere were black faced sheep, the odd one completely black, must be pretty hardy to thrive up here. We drove down to the edge of the inner seas of the west coast of Scotland where it reached miles inland passed Ullapool and almost to Inverlael. The road followed it's ...
... to a lady after the service ( not like me to chat to a stranger....ha ha) and she asked me to go for a coffee with her (Pamela) and her friend Colin. So I went along with them and turns out they go to the cafe at our hotel every Sunday after church. Had a good old chat with them and then went back up to the room and met Will and we headed out to breakfast. Not as good as yesterday ...
... with no one else around, the silence would be deafening. It's an eerie place but a solemn one. I think I would have liked to have been able to look around more, but with the crowds it was very hard to be able to do so. The service was quicker than what I thought it would be for the dawn service. HRH Prince Charles spoke, as did Tony Abbott and John Key. It was very poignant. The last post played and I cried again. It gets me ...
The best parts of the tour were watching the buses that transported the Scottish armed forces musicians to the castle and unloaded them, and watching the bagpipe and drum bands warming up prior to the tattoo. This was great: we were so close to these pipe bands which numbered 15. If I am able to upload some of these warm up clips onto YouTube I ...
... well really haven’t had a chance to get out. Have been out with Lou and Roberta and last week with work. Oh well. Keep flirting at work and at the shop (yes Audrey and Peter!).
- Weather – nothing unlike Melbourne, ‘Four seasons in one day!’. Love it – cooler. Most can’t believe it. And I don’t know if it’s related but my blood pressure is about normal – whether that’s the change in temp, change in scenery, or the meds, ...