Monday, 5 November 2007

Guided Tour







I am glad to say that Hester came to stay with me at the weekend. It was so nice to see her. I gave her a tour of my rural duty. I have talked about Damhead, and I will do so soon again, but my delivery actually starts in Swanston Village, which is featured above. Thatched cottages are rare in Scotland, and seeing one being rethatched is even rarer. One of Scotland's famous authors lived here for a while. It was either Robert Louis Stevenson or Sir Walter Scott. Certainly a guy of such caliber.


I then took Hester out to Damhead.

The first image is of the goats who share a smallholding with the llamas. The afore mentioned animals were in a camera-shy mood for some reason. Ho- Hum.

Thanks to Hester and her camera I got some good shots. Sadly Mr Bin Smith was not available. A neighbour told me he is away in the Middle East with his lodgers at the moment. I presume has has gone for the hot weather. My granny used to say "the nights are fair drawing in" at this time of year. I have absolutely no idea what she was talking about

4 comments:

Old Knudsen said...

Robert Louis Stevenson or Sir Walter Scott.

You give me a sharp pain in my heart sometimes.

Martyne said...

I too have a sharp feeling in my heart these days but not of pain.
I'm all of a dither over my new love, at least I think that's the cause, but it may be the sherry.

Amy ~ (Life's Small Treasures) said...

Wanted to let you know that your pictures have been used on this blog:
http://tourizmforever.blogspot.com/2007/11/marteen-scholle-guided-tour.html
They had used mine too, and I made them remove my personal property.

Just wanted to let you know

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