The Lodge at Carfraemill
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... loved it, which made me feel very good about the piece. Another highlight is that Susan Boyle was also present for the show. Everyone got a kick out of that.
After that we went in and put a good days work on High Street performing and selling our show. The scheduled performers before us did not show up so we took advantage and were able to get in another 20 minutes of selling and ...
... so Angus made sandwiches in the car as we travelled.
We crossed the Scottish birder without having to show our passports :-) and continued north.
As Angus was navigating, he spotted reference to a William Wallace statue located off the beaten track so we braved the narrow lanes to find it. The statue is a rather bizarre thing, about 3m high, hidden away in the bush, overlooking a wide valley. It had ...
... insisted on meeting me at that very moment. After telling him my name (three times), I was actually able to get some sleep! A few of us got up early the next morning to tour the castle and walk along the Royal Mile. I personally found Windsor Castle to be much more interesting but it was still a great experience. After that, we visited the Scottish Parliament House, walked around some more, sampled tons of whiskey and fudge, then soaked up the sun on Calton ...
... tagging everything we said made for some pretty funny conversations, for some anyway. #Loved it!!
We got some pretty awesome photos too.
Great night out, went way to quick though. Just like 2013, it has flown by but with the most magical memories that we will have forever. We have done so much travel, met amazing people, widened our appreciation for food and beverages, and had the time of our lives. Here's to 2014, with more amazing times ...
... 220 000 each year. I'm sad that in all my visits they are always close but not close enough to the right time.
The little childcare centre in down a narrow alley and is two stories high. They follow the Froebels ideals of no colour or displays of children's art or constructions. There were lots of play spaces and a wonderful outdoor area that made maximum use of an extremely small space. The group was split in two and we went to the school site first and the other group went to ...