My Scotland Itinerary

by | May 12, 2022 | Uncategorized | 5 comments

Have you ever been to Scotland?

Have you ever wanted to go?

I leave with two author friends for Scotland in a few days. I hope to find a story or two, involving a castle and a loch. Of course, it will be historical fiction.

Here’s a bit of my itinerary:

Morton Castle

Drumlanrig Castle

Doune Castle

Huntingtower Castle

Blair Castle

Do you see a theme yet?

Cawdor Castle

Culloden Battlefield

Craigievar Castle

Crathes Castle

Well, I will hear so many folk tales mixed with Highland truth.

After our “castle” tour, we’ll head to England—another country and itinerary. We’ll catch up later. Be sure to follow my postcard a day from Britain at  https://www.facebook.com/marguerite.gray.16

5 Comments

  1. Lori Smanski

    Oh sweet. I hope you all have a fabulous and safe time. Full of fun and sunshine and lots of ideas.

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  2. Carol Woodfin

    I spent the first year of my life in Edinburgh. My parents took me there when I was two months old. My dad was studying there. My parents loved it ad talked about Scotland a lot. I’ve been back there several times and love it!

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  3. Carole Johnson

    Great post! Looking forward to our UK adventure!

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  4. Christine Kelly

    so excited for you.. can’t wait to hear all the stories.. wish i could go with you..
    love,
    christine

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  5. Katie

    This itinerary looks wonderful. I love castles and I am thrilled to follow your daily postcards!!!

    Reply

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