Today our 3 week trip in Europe draws to a close. Thank you for coming on this journey with us.
On our last full day in the Bonny Land we hopped in the wren and headed toward a lighthouse (and forgive me for not remembering the name. I think this day is the only day I didn't take pictures of signs. I know Yamini will put the name in the comments!)
This lighthouse is now a residence, so you can't go in, but the light itself still works. We bet this is Rosy, Arty and Jakey's mom's dream home!
|Someone had placed this on a fence post|
|See the bird?|
Then we headed back to Dunoon for a little tour. The Man had not really explored. While driving around we discovered the church near the castle museum (I believe it was the Dunoon High Kirk) was open. In all the time our hostess had lived in this town, she had never been in the church, so we happily explored it.
We are sure there is a better punch line to 2 atheists and a Hindu walk into a church, but for us, the answer was have tea! This lovely church offered tea (served with biscuits) for the price of a donation. We very much enjoyed this time.
After our refreshments we ended our explorations in the cemetery. It seems our time in Scotland was bookended with cemeteries.
We spent a lovely evening watching movies and chatting. The next morning we were up early to head to Glasgow to catch our flight home.
We were very lucky to have had the opportunity to see new parts of the world this summer. We are forever grateful to our hostess Yamini and the opportunity to meet Bertie and Gail. 8 years ago when I started writing this blog, as a way to cope with the handful of a dog we had just rescued, I never would have imagined this would connect us with people all over the world and give us the opportunity to travel to meet them. There is good in the internet!
We have some travels lined up for 2019 and we look forward to sharing them with you.
What a WONDERFUL time you had and what AMAZING places you visitedReplyDelete
It is just sooooo BEAUTIFUL north of the border
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
that is great that someone bought a lighthouse to live there.... oh how we wish we could o that too ;o)toward point lighthouse cottage?ReplyDelete
Love the lighthouse! We have so enjoyed your travels in the past few weeks. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
It was great to meet you in Scotland, and we look forward to more travel reports (and of course adventures at home with Hailey and Zaphod) in the future.ReplyDelete
That is Toward Lighthouse. The lamp and foghorn are automated now. Golly it was good having you visit and finding the High Kirk open for the summer months was a bonus!!! YAM xx
What a wonderful trip! Momma says it's making her heart ache. She hasn't been to Scotland since high school.ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking us along on your adventure. How great it is that you could include meeting some blogging friends too.ReplyDelete
YaYa lives in a truly magical and breathtaking land. I loved you hugging the tree.ReplyDelete
LOL too funny
Wow! What a wonderful trip your humans went on! Thank you for sharing your pictures. We loved seeing them!ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful trip from start to finish...and you are right, I could soooo live at that lighthouse!!ReplyDelete
... oh, I wanna marry a lighthouse keeper and live in a house by the sea ...ReplyDelete
Wonderful travels, beautiful everywhere, thanks for taking us along!
We really enjoyed seeing and hearing all about your trip.ReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
So beautiful... both in terms of the places you visited and the friends who you met. I'm smiling!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful images. Bravo for sharing them with us but next time, can I just go with you in person? 😊ReplyDelete
Dear Phod and Lee,ReplyDelete
I think it is tragic that you did not get to go into that fabulous forest with your people! It looks like your people had an amazing holiday.