Stirling Castle cemetery – who were the virgin martyrs ? Here, near the summit, is a most beautiful group of statuary, of lifesize and inclosed in glass. The marble is of the purest. white, and the work is evidently of a master hand. There are two young women, fair daughters of Scotland, and by them, with… Continue reading Unexplained travel mysteries
Monday 31/10/2016 – Wednesday 02/11/2016 We visit Cove where there was a large Russian base in the war, very interesting reading and going by this mornings weather, pretty bleak at times. Russia are paying towards a memorial in Cove and visit to show their respects as seen by the wreaths. After leaving Cove we head… Continue reading Good bye bonny Scotland x
How scary can a little trip be ?
Friday 28/10/2016 – Saturday 29/10/2016 Off to the Isle of Skye, no ferry this time as they have built a bloody big bridge! And look who we encounter having his lunch of road kill bunny, yum yum ! Travel around the Island and stay in Uig for the night, popped into the local pub The… Continue reading Isle of Skye
Well pitched up by a beautiful loch and what do we see ?? Only a Sea Eagle and then another flew right above us !! Omg couldn’t believe it, this picture was taken on my iPad through a telescope, if you get what I mean !! Our stay on Mull has got better with each… Continue reading Scotland and Sea Eagles
Wednesday 18/10/2016 Lots of noise this morning outside our pitch up site outside The Auld Toll, Grangemouth where incidentally they didn’t serve food on the night we stayed but cooked us all lovely meals, well recommend. (They have a Facebook page) it turns out all the honking, quacking and whatever else was this magnificent site… Continue reading The Kelpies to Stirling to Dunstaffnage.