November 11, 2009

Scotland, Part 1

In late July and early August, just when Vancouver was remembering how to do summer properly, turning hot and lush, we left for Scotland. We had a very good reason: the Wem Family was having its first-ever reunion, and we were keen to meet Keith's mother's relatives.

The reunion was in the Peak District, in England, but we flew in and out of Glasgow. We had a very good reason: whisky. We took the ferry from Kennacraig to Port Ellen, on Islay.

These photos are just a taste of what is in our Flickr set. We'll update here when we add more.

Beinn an Tuirc, Scotland. From the ferry to Islay.

Tasting the goods in Lagavulin distillery, Islay.

Best breakfast ever. Burnside Lodge (bed and breakfast, really) in Port Wemyss, Islay.

The ruins of Kilchurn Castle.

Highland cattle getting curious.

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