Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Day 13; Holiday.

I woke cuddling my second pillow - I had slept like a baby. Scotish oats with cinnamon for breakfast, clean cloths packed and we were ready. Barbra and William treated us to a trip across the Loch on their magnificent boat (with Anne Marie) to take us back to where we had finished yesterday. 

It was beautiful; we got a dinghy across to the boat and then sailed across while the sun beamed down on us. The boat was 40ft and had been built in 1928, Barbara had also kindly made us cheese sandwiches for lunch too - sweetie! 

We passed the islands that made the faultline between the Highlands and the Lowlands, and were informed how one had wolobies living on it. On to shore, we headed down the road and while still in holiday mode we stopped for an ice cream. 

We walked to Milngaive - 23 miles southward towards Glasgow, where we stayed in a B&B that Anne Marie and Jim had so kindly donated to us. Today was like our mini holiday!

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