Oir uinneig is Gaelic for Windowsill. I was shocked at how close this Pigeon let me get to him.
Every town has a High Street, the equivalent of Main Street USA, and on High Street you will meet people and their pooches. This lass even brought her Irish Setter to the Piper’s Competition. The Scottish people have a high opinion of their canine comrades and the shopkeepers know it. Most towns I visited had […]
Ayrshire cattle /ˈɛərʃər/ are a breed of dairy cattle originating from Ayrshire in south west Scotland. The average mature Ayrshire cow weighs 450 to 600 kilograms (990–1,320 lb). Ayrshires typically have red and white markings, although the red can range from a shade of orange to a dark brown. This heardy bread is known for […]
Friday night when I got home for the PostBox Jane was waiting up. She and I sat in the kitchen discussing my route to Aberdeen. It was suppose to rain so maybe the Highland Games in St Andrews wouldn’t be so much fun. So instead she suggested I go to Balaster an see Balmoral Castle. […]