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March 22, 2005


Hi, Beautyful pictures! I love scotland but never been there. I have 2 scotties at home and dream to go there in future:)
Sounds like a great trip! And I read elswhere you are going to have lots of fun with your family soon...Happy Easter to all of you ! Marta
I am so glad you shared your trip, but glad you're all safe and back. You'll have to post more pics everytime you feel Scotland-sick! Bri
Are you a Campbell???? Cause I'm a Campbell too!!! :) I have never been to Scotland, but I would love to someday. My father has been wanting to travel there since before I can remember (he even took up the bagpipes for a little while!) It's so fun hearing about your trip - sounds like you and your family had a great time!
Secret Pal
Wow! It looks like y'all had so much fun! I have never been to Scotland before, I would love to go. I'm working on getting your 2nd package together - I should be mailing it on Friday or Saturday (I have to hunt down one other small thing), but I will let you know!
Thank you so much for the adventure! My daughter leaves St. Andrews tomorrow for Glasgow to meet a long lost great aunt and cousins. I'm so thrilled for her! Thank you so much for posting your travels and the lovely pictures! At least I can imagine what my daughter is seeing! Mj
Kathleen in Nuremberg
Wow! That sounds like a lot of fun. You really wrote some great descriptions of the places you visited. I'll definitely have to put Scotland down on my "must visit" list. Even if just for the scenery. Glad you're back, though :)
So glad to see you are back - the trip looks like it was loads of fun but I sure did miss your posts!
Nilda said it all. So great to relive your trip with you. Thanks. Hope you spared a look up the hill to Achaban House. Remember the day Ian and I arrived there in the pouring rain.
Glad you had a good trip, your photos are great, now I have to get planning mine!!!
What lovely photos! The place where you dined in the evening reminds me so much of a dear friend's house in Wales. Just lovely! Your boys will have such nice memories!
Eva Shiu
Thanks for sharing the beautiful pics ! I am dreaming to visit Scoltland one day !
What a fabulous trip! Are you exhausted after all that running around? Sounds wonderful & your pictures are great. :)
Thanks for the great tour update....that ride up to Glencoe is blanketed with rhodadendrons in June. sigh... I long to go again...but as you observed, our dollar has to be stronger before we can justify another go round.
Sounds like an awesome trip. Glad to hear you had a great time. Oh, and isn't that sweater delicious!?!
Sigh. Inhale. Sigh. Tea. Sigh.
What a neat trip. I've been checking your blog often waiting to hear the details! When hubby and I got married, we thought we would do so much traveling. We hardly go anywhere ;-( Maybe some day. For now, I'll have to live vicariously through others. Glad you are all home safely!
What a lovely trip! You packed a lot into a short time. It's nice to have you back.
Yep still looks as beautiful as I remember and the photo of your two boys stood with Oban behind them?...My parents have almost the same photo showing me (10 years) and my sister (6 years old), happy memories. Can't wait to see you play with the fleece.
Beautiful photos, rain and clouds and all! And Minty's place is wonderful. makes you sigh for a life like that, doesn't it? And Oh, GREAT. thanks to you I now have ANOTHER wonderful place i'll just have to go see. Ouch to the wallet but damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead to Scotland. I'll get out the atlas when I'm back home to trace your route. And I'll definitely print your post out for a travelogue. Have you thought about submitting this as an article to the travel section of a newspaper stateside? Hugs!
I am sooo jealous. I must make plans to get to Scotland once that bridge is erected over the Atlantic! Glad you had fun, sorry for the rain.

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