The Darn Road and the Dunblane Cathedral

Out walk today was from Bridge of Allan to Dunblane which, including a little coffee break, took us around 2,5 hours.

As the picture says, the Darn Road could have been one of the inspirations for parts of Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Treasure Island' as he resided in the area for a while.

We had 9C and sunshine so it was a perfect spring walk with lots of horses and spring flowers surrounding the path.

We also ha a look inside Dunblane Cathedral - it was quite something! The stained glass window and some of the graves which dated back to the 13the century were particularly impressive.

I'm finalising an essay which is due tomorrow while Alan is out golfing in the beautiful March sunset. Life can be so unfair!

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22, Steinkjer

22-year-old Norwegian studying Politics at the University of Glasgow.

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