Travel Time!!Preparation for Scotland
Stirling Castle Cemetery This is the place where the Scots won the battle of 1314 over the English. They still seem to have not recovered from the shock of actually having won this battle. Braveheart led the Scots in this battle. On Sept. 16th the Scottish have a referendum for their independence from the United Kingdom. Panorama view from the Stirling CastleRumour has it that when vikings attacked Stirling, a wolf howled and warned the city people so they could defend the attack. So, a wolf is in the code of arms in Stirling. It still sits right above the Filling Station.
This is the over 700 year-old bridge that was fought over in the Battle of Bannockburn. There are dragons everywhere… Mostly asleep. This is the Wallace Memorial for Sir William Wallace aka. Braveheart. Riding sheep sheepishly. License to kilt. Take a close look. What’s special here? Somewhere it’s always raining. Sancho the Squirrel
View from the Edinburgh Castle View inside the Edinburgh Castle We met Jesus.He showed us his armory.
I don’t know what that is.
No idea. While we were staying in Edinburgh, the Fringe Festival, World’s greatest street artist festival, was in full-effect. There were so many artists, they were even fighting for their place to have a show. I can only show you the door…
This is my crib. Yeah, we even had rain. But there was more sun, really. No idea part 2. Nah, again.This was our ride, 22 inches Giovana rims,yeah!
This is Doune Castle where a nice surprise awaits you. The audio guide is spoken by one the makers of Monty Python. They even filmed a lot of “Quest for the Holy Grail” on this very location. And he explains how they did it. We had a great time here. This is the view from Doune Castle. Here we’re climbing Ben Aan. Nature in full-effect. Hello. The NSA (Natural Surveillance Agency) is everywhere. Almost there. In the back the rain is coming towards us. In reality this was just jaw-dropping. Down there is a castle. The white dot. Happy! Happier. The short way down. Up there, the little dots are people. When we took the photo, the big tree came down. But I was lucky, the other tree’s fork saved me. Owls by Nature.Push and Destroy.
This is the Innerpeffray Library. One of the oldest lending libraries in Europe. They started lending books in 1680. Up there, where you can’t reach them, are the children’s books. This room was so beautiful. Sport A map from 1600. We found Bremen in there. This is a church in Crieff. Baby birds.
Drummond Gardens. Percy the peacock. Drummond Castle Tantallon CastleAsleeeeep
Julia is so brave. I’m not as brave as Julia. Never. Our resting place. So comfy on the grass. Best place in the world. This happened after I came through. Need Proof? Here it is! Eating muesli bars on top of a mountain is fun! One last mushroom… Fog over Edinburgh
– Zeki Min