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... somewhere. We will be conducting a thorough search after we clean up today.
Another appearance on High Street today, so I am praying for good weather. It was freaking cold yesterday with a stiff Scottish wind.
I will be posting the link to Harry Potter tour today.
Here is the link for the Edinburgh Airport performance.
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This morning we drive to Edinburgh, passing several distilleries. The distilleries, something that Chris had so been looking forward to have been a constant source of frustration and disappointment. Every time we stop at one we find that children under 8 cannot go on a tour and to add to our disappointment they do not do tastings without a tour. Elizabeth offered to watch the boys and Chris go on a tour, but he declined. Although he did not say she could tell he was rather saddened ...
... 8217;s Secret Bunker which was one of the country’s best kept secrets. It was a secret nuclear bunker built in 1951 and operational until 1993 and was built to help safeguard Scotland during the Cold War in the event of a nuclear attack. The bunker is over 30.5 metres below the ground, hidden beneath an innocent looking farm house. Underground it is the size of two football fields spread over two levels with operational rooms, ...
Visiting my client Alison Blackburn today at Johnstone which is south of Glasgow. The train is a trifle confusing as there were 3 different trains on the one platform. Cold today, will be a maximum of only 11. On the train back to Edinburgh now, I spent 5 hours with Alison. Her husband's relatives ( 3 of them) joined us and drove us to another very pretty Scottish village called Killmacomb. Jane and her mother ...
... of the old course.
Carmel had given us nearly two hours for this stop, and most of it was spent admiring the course and watching various foursomes tee off from the 1st hole and the approach shots on the 18th hole. In addition, I was able to walk up the lane behind the course and look down over the beaches of West and East Sands. It was here that the characters of Harold Abrahams and Eric Liddell have their ...