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... one out of the water, but happy to have been so close and seen their home.
Back home for dinner and bed. It had been a lovely day.
November 13th - see the Mull post
Thursday 14th November
Our last day in Scotland and we didn’t have much planned. We all enjoyed a walk back up to the Fort. The sun came out long enough for Ro to take some lovely photos. We had pancakes for breakfast and enjoyed a quiet morning. The kids played with Fern, ...
... Best cup of tea since leaving home - thanks Valerie). We picked up some things, that I'm sure will be of great interest to her family, and headed off to find our B&B.
Best B&B so far - an old rectory beside another church. (Seems to be few of these in Scotland) Great night - great brekky - now it's off to the lakes district.
Catch ya later
Frankie and Susie.
... at all, but for whatever reason she loves tours of distilleries and breweries (and she wasn't disappointed). Glengoyne is nearly 200 years old and is the oldest remaining whiskey distillery still owned by Scots to this day. Much to my surprise, the tour was actually pretty interesting. The science and history behind the creation of Scotch whiskey kept my attention despite the atrocious smell of the foul beverage.
The trip continued to ...
... to wander around from type to type. Glasgow also has a conference centre which looks almost like the Opera House. The guide swears that they didn’t copy the Australian structure although it has the same fine accoustics. The large glass conservatory in the Botanical gardens is also startling. At the Transport Museum, I encouraged Melien to get of and have a look around. As I said earlier it was impressive, the building cost over ...
Breasclete Day 14-Porage Man, Dalbeig Hike & the Blues Sisters
Move over Quaker Oats man. Make way for Porage Man. The first thing that captivated me about the box of oatmeal that Peggy put on the table this morning was the spelling of Porridge. Porage seems like a much more efficient way to describe the Scottish breakfast staple anyhow. I don't think the Quaker Oats guy has anything on Porage Man with his bulging muscles, his wife-beater shirt, the shot put so carefully ...