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... is when you don't have to concentrate on the road! I'd best get used to public transport again I suppose. And so the packing resumed, I printed all the relevant paperwork and tried to shoehorn things into my carry on bag. My suitcase weighed too much and the carry on didn't seem to be heavy so yet another unpack and repack ensued. It's becoming annoying! And to today....I left to go to Falkirk with mum as she was off to work and I had an appointment at ...
At Loch Katrine on the 7th of March 1671, the 3rd son of Chieftain Donald (Glas) Gregor of Glengyle and Margaret Campbell, cousin to John Iain (Glas) Campbell 11th Laird of Glenorchy, later in 1681 The Earl of Breadalbane, was born and baptised at Buchcanan Parish as Robert MacGregor. This was to see the start of one of the remarkable stories of the Highlands - that of Raibert Rudah (Robert the Red) as he was nicknamed because of ...
... I have transcribed those in the best condition and have a few more to do. In the letters they mentioned where they visited and worked. Already today I saw most of those names on bus timetables or on signposts: Overton, Newmains, Schotts, Coltness, Crindledyke - they all still exist, but I expect it was much more rural (or industrial) in their times.
The Merrilees name was kept in the family through Helen Fletcher’s grandchildren. Auntie ...
... Apologies to MGM Grangemouth and Wishaw. I’m disappointed not to have been able to call in, but sadly I had to make the sensible decision on this occasion."
Alan is scheduled to stop at MGM Prestwick this afternoon, and will hopefully make it to MGM Hillington before it closes. Fingers crossed for a less windy day!
It will be a huge relief to Alan that today is his last full day of cycling alone, as the relay teams kick in with ...
We had a reasonable night's sleep last night even though we had to share a room which meant that we were each exposed to the extraneous and other noises made regularly by the other. In Cheesey's case these are quite alarming. Cheesey says ` Tom however, woke on two occasions, one to plug in the Sat Nav and secondly to take a rather long leak’. The accommodation could only be described as utilitarian.
The good news was that our journey ...
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