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... for quite a while before heading off back to Dundee. We spent another lovely evening at Lorna's house before Rory took us back to Alison's.
Further investigation when I got back to my computer (& with help from Steph at home) I was able to confirm that Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes was in fact my great great grandmother (the mother of my great grandfather Robert Innes). The fact that we found them laid to rest side by side gave me goosebumps!
... the baronial castles of northeast Scotland and also said
to be one of the most haunted. Glamis is still the home of the Earl of
Strathmore and Kinghorne, so no inside pictures of the opulent rooms like the
Dining Hall and Drawing Room on the very entertaining guided tour that focuses
on the life of the Queen Mother at the castle, the ghosts and ghouls that
inhabit it, and Duncan’s Room, named for the murdered King Duncan ...
... town and sufficient touristy tartan havens to feed your appetite for Scots pastries, ...
... the end, we went home soon after ten without hollow bellies. It had been an interesting evening from the social point-of-view - the same sort of thing as we experienced when we first went to Australia, of not really understanding how basic interactions worked. But also interesting from the point-of-view of good company - before his retirement Ian had been a chemistry teacher, and for a long time head of department at Madras College, the very prestigious local school, and before ...
... ask you to separate out metals, plastics, paper and all organic matter from your garbage, provide each household with four bins (count 'em, FOUR! green, brown, blue and grey) in which to sort them, and an incredibly complicated calendar to tell you which one goes out when... and then expect you to take your glass to ...