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... called Castle Campbell and is in a town called Dollar. Now Castle Campbell is hard to find, you park in the lot (no view of the castle here) and walk up a hill, down a hill, up a hill, oh wait your first glimpse through the trees. Then you continue up a hill and then back down a hill and poof! there's a castle. The views are beautiful with steep hills behind, the sound of a nearby waterfall, the trees and forests surrounding it. Built in the early 1400's it came into possession ...
... photos and a couple of videos of the tattoo. Thursday 14 August We drove to Gourock to see my two Auntie and Uncles that we haven't seen in over 30 years. In fact we are not sure if I ever met my Dad's brother Billie and his wife Fay before. He is so much like my father, a quite man. My auntie Phyliss is quite the opposite and I was able to get quite a bit of information from her about the family that I didn't know. We had tongue sandwich's that I've never ...
... quite a bit of time with them, Kendra is a 7th generation funeral director, so lots of laughs with them, Chris is ex-navy and is now a prison guard.
Now onto the lowlands of Scotland, we are nearly in Glasgow when it starts raining, probably to be expected here in Glasgow, but we have been so lucky with the weather to date it is not what we are used to. So out with the jackets and we wander around for ...
"Here is the bird that never flew, here is the tree that never grew, here is the bell that never rang, here is the fish that never swam" - the four miracles of St. Mungo Hello my dear readers, and greetings from rainy old Scotland! After over a week exploring the wonders of the Emerald Aisles I'm back on the mainland, this time in the bustling metropolis of Glasgow. But before I talk about that, I should probably get you caught up! Friday was a day of farewells, as I bid aurevoir to ...
... and even at 4pm we saw lots of funny sights, which will apparently get worse as the night goes on!
In fact, so many people have warned us that we've decided to stay in the hotel tonight!!
So we found a Sainsurys where 1 litre Becks for a pound so we're in for the night!
Anyway enjoy the photos, we're off to the restaurant to have 2 for 1 steaks!! that's if I can get Gary away from the Monaco Gran Prix on the tele!!
Talk to you tomorrow from Edinburgh