Ashtree House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This week for the first time, in what feels like ever, people were nice to me. Receiving messages from old friends, support and messages of good will. tears, from family members. I genuinely wish everyone was just saying "right, F*** off, I'll see you in a year" then I maybe won't feel like here is home, in the end of the day, here will always be my home. But for the next 9 months my home is a small bag that sits uncomfortably on my back. Ive finally manned up. ...
Whilst at the cafe a couple enquired what I was doing and on hearing said they would sponsor me so I gave them my name etc. Aren’t people wonderful (statement not a question).
OK off to Kilcreggan via Long Loch, couple of climbs, few twisty bits and still Odin ignored my pleas. Got to Kilcreggan, checked ferry times and found I had enough time for lunch at the Cafe there. All was fine and first time I have drunk out of ...
... especially the new entrants class. All in their uniforms with red and grey striped ties, white shirts, pinafores and shorts. She had taught their parents and she thought grandparents of some.
They were sure that this would have been the school Margaret taught in, as there was no record of an earlier school and from the outside it certainly looks possible. Inside the rooms are light and pleasant. With some walls removed, I suspect, they surround a large library ...
... it sound in some songs, at least not in Lewis. But my patience was rewarded. I spotted a gorgeous, large white gannet flying in circles near me, above the water. Suddenly he dive-bombed, completely disappeared under the water and several seconds later, reappeared, soaring upwards, fish in his beak. I was fascinated. I stayed riveted on my rock and kept scanning the heavy, dark skies. Every once in a while I would see him again. Circling and ever vigilant.
... sometimes bubbling in white effervescence and moving from side to side just like an adolescent with no sense of direction, just simply an ability to grow bigger.
As the afternoon wore on, we searched for some sign of where we should bid farewell to the Clyde. By now we have passed the Mauldslie Bridge, a spectacular bridge encompassing a small fortressed building at the far side. We knew that the remaining historical feature we had ...