2013 Summer (Baltic and Britain – Scotland – July 11 – Day 18 – Part 2)

We arrived at Glamis Castle, childhood home of the late Queen Mother, just after 1 pm.  The inside of the castle is not open to the public, but the gardens and surrounding park are.  We had a lovely wander around for a couple of hours. The gardens at Glamis were beautiful with many pristine white sculptures. The family of  young Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, future wife of King George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II, also had a special resting place for their pets. We were sent on our way by another of the long haired, long horned Highland Cattle.

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