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This morning we departed our Lockerbie hotel and proceeded as follows:

First to Rowanburn Village to view the effigy of Lang Sandy who is reputed to have had up to 10 sons and a Tower at Cloughfoot, near Tarras Moss.

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Bannockburn Battlefield

Bannockburn Battlefield, Scotland

This morning, we departed our Stirling lodgings and proceeded as follows:

First to Bannockburn¬†to visit the site of the¬†famous 1314 battle where Robert the Bruce defeated a superior English army and this secured Scotland’s independence through to creation of the United Kingdom in 1707.

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Piper, Glencoe

Piper, Glencoe, Scotland

This morning, I collected guests from lodgings in Glasgow’s West End and then drove for about 1 hour to the quaint village of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond. Here we viewed the old village, Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond, the historic Kessog’s Church with Viking era ‘hogback’ grave marker.

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