Ashtree House Hotel
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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 ...
... amazing houses and churches and other noteworthy buildings. Last evening we went to see Batman (Paul stayed back to relax and read). My jury is out as to how many stars I'd give it. Jade's enthusiasm raised my opinion, though Batman seemed to only do 'Batman' things for a short period and spent the rest of the time angsting. Today has been SUNNY, definitely needs capitals. Back on the bus for a complete tour, on top this time. Sunny in capitals but I should also have ...
... no-one to share the work in the lead is incredibly hard. Sheltering behind another rider saves 25% of energy."
After yesterday's lesson, Alan set off early today in case the wind hadn't subsided:
"I'm leaving early, but it’s a 70 miler today and if the wind is troublesome again I may not reach MGM Hillington or MGM Glasgow until after they close. I looked at going to Wishaw this morning but it really wasn’t a reasonable ...
... in a lunch at the famous Willow Tea Room (started by Kate Cranston, a liberal woman for her day who thought that women needed a place to go and socialize with other women), also designed by Mackinstosh; the Tenement House, a perfectly preserved middle-class residence of a Scottish packrat spinster, right down to the tea in the tins and the handmade soap. Jean and Len were lucky enough to be able ...