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... First we all drove to Rhu where we left one car and Frank and Craig hopped in with Linda and I and we then continued on down to Inverkip where we left that car and then sailed Uncle Finley up to Rhu. By this time the weather was beautiful and we had a lovely sail with a light breeze in our hair - and Frank managed to lose yet another cap! Once we got the boat berthed at Rhu we headed round to the little cafe there and had ...
... road again' by Willie Nelson each day as we took to the road; eating Wetherers Originals sweets, our official travel sweet for the trip; reuniting with Craig; being welcomed back by Kirstine and seeing my brother Paul and nephew Graham waiting for us at the airport. For all the great experiences, sights, meals (chicken wings a plenty!!) etc, its the people who count most and the time we spend with them that matters! Until the next time! ...
... Though not as spectacular as what we had seen the day before.
In general though, I'd dare to compare the nature in Scotland to the one in Canada. During my trip in Banff National Park, I've seen spectacular nature but Scotland is simply as beautiful. Accept for bears, moose and the gorgeous azure colour of the lakes, Scotland can offer the same as the more 'exotic' Canada.
Stay tuned cuz' there's plenty more to come.
... in a few towns to check out some castles.. The scenery was amazing, stone walls, green farm fields and sheep everywhere! Once we got to Glasgow we were lost! We had no detailed map and the roads aren't normal street names they have a letter then a few numbers (eg: A350), it was so hard to find our way around. We eventually found a map at a sevice station and then it was even harder to direct Dan with the roads being numbered and lettered!! They say ...
... push the boulder up the mountain, only to have a smile on my face.
To understand then that there is no point- that's the point, and for at least a short while I lived with ferver. Then I'll know it's all been worth it, right up until I can hardly bear to rage against the dying of the light no more.
Out out brief candle, lifes but a walking shadow...
Don't let it pass you by.
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