Now that things are a wee bit more healthy, we will start to write a little bit more here; but thanks again to our NHS, and in particular, in the speed of their service, that I thought was an oxymoron due to the pandemic – I was wrong, they have been superb!
Killearn – Part 1
But first, finally had a wee trip away from Glasgow, first time in a long time that is, to a lovely village called Killearn.
I always had a memory of the last 10 years, where I was in a small village, with two churches opposite a narrow group of old one floor cottages; this was it.
The instant that I was here on a Saturday lunchtime, I immediately noticed the two churches, one has since been turned into a village hall / cafe / church, with stunning views westward.
What struck me, at least in a way that it appealed to me, was that there was everything you wanted; school, church, village hall, two cafes, pub / restaurant (the Old Mill), and even a “luxury” food shop (below):
Speaking of the café, we did lunch at the Town & Country Designs shop / cafe – very nice food and cake.
More on Killearn later and more blogging during the upcoming week.