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... bridge and I'm there. Very convenient. In the afternoon we went and visited Karen's Family's in Rutherglen. A cousin, an aunt and uncle and a 99 year old great aunt. This lady has lived almost a century...that's just pure barry ( look that one up). This lady was amazing. See the pics. Karen's family are a hoot...a true Scottish ...
... arrived safe and sound. There was a seafood festival when we got to my late cousin Ian's daughter in Tarbert. The plus was while there my cousin Alastair and his wife arrived. I hadn't seen them since 1984. The first photo is of a block of 12 houses, my Grandmother's sister used to own one. Look closely at the windows, they are all different. ...
... lectures, I think the majority of learning in this environment and success on exams is dependent on what you are able to do on your own.
Nonetheless, I view my academic experience here as a huge success. Grades aside (I'll have fingers crossed for good news later on), I'm happy to have engaged in this new learning environment - the actual class topics were valuable, but the variety and fresh perspectives I gained made it worthwhile on a whole new level.
... overlooking Ben Nevis. Check it on Google
Onto Spean Bridge Woolen Mill for ano bit of culture and a tad of spending. All good so far....
Fantastic drive thru the Glens to Loch Lomond. A quick P stop and onto the boat to take us on a 40 min cruise/sarnie and tea or coffee inc trip where we picked up our Coach and headed off to Lees. On the way we were given a "daily treasure" which this time was ...
... the New Zealanders come on, and they have a red-headed forward who darts and feints with effortless ease, and who appears just to be taking a gentle jog towards the goal with his pursuers tens of yards behind - pure poetry in motion.
I become aware of a whole other world going on above our heads where seagulls wheel and glide, wings extended against the silver clouds, coming and going oblivious to the noise and movement below. A pale feather flutters ...
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