Return to Scotland
As we tumbled off Dreamliner after an all night flight across the Atlantic, helped with a tail wind of 141mph, the two words that rippled down the line at Glasgow airport were: “Fresh air.”
We breathed in deeply, grateful to be back home,
After the humidity and heat of Jamaica this is pure manna from heaven.
What’s more storm Imogen is past and we have had a brilliant day of sunshine.
Airthrey Kerse, the land that divides Bridge of Allan from Stirling, is the scene of another battle with the builders, and it’s flooded again yet there is a developer determined to put 600 houses on it!
The 9-year-old daughter of a newcomer to the area
thought it was an extension of Airthrey loch at Stirling University after she saw ducks swimming on it