Friday, 7 June 2013
Samantha: The weather is lovely. The isle of Arran was lovely. I could spend a week there. I must go back when Scot and I have some time off!
Robin: glorious weather for our visit! Felt a deep connection to the land today and the ancient people, with a strange sensation of sadness when I departed the henge near the Temple Wood stone circles.
Sheila: DunAdd was just stunning! Climbing up was hard work, but a good lesson for me to be able to ask for help and be prepared to accept it graciously - not difficult when offered so generously, so thanks to all who helped me get up there!! I sat on a stone seat on the level just below the top level, facing west and I realised I was sitting at the centre of the equivalent of a Tibetan singing bowl . . . it felt like it was resonating around me, and I realised that the ring of hills and the plain were actually the remnants of a giant volcana caldera.
The power was flowing out from the fort, rebounding from the hills, and flowing back to the hill, like a generator.
Scot: I think they liked DunAdd. After lunch we covered a LOT of prehistory. We saw more standing stones and cairns than we can recall. A FULL day.
DAY 1 Scot here. We're outlandishing a private tour for an American family from Italy. You'll like this. Vicky and Jim's ...
Rhonda: Today started with a trip to a beautiful church from the 1700s. I had the pleasure of being the one to use the key to open the door,...
Here's a few photos from the private, family tour this weekend, which was part Outlander and part Anything-else-that's-cool. Le...