Research in Scotland

The beautiful Knockderry Hotel. Ask for the front room if you are lucky enough to get there! I had no idea when we booked what type of establishment this was and asked if it had a view! It is sensational.

We took so many photo’s I would have to work full time just to upload them and so look forward to when we get the interactive new media project up and going. This stone and the shells are so intrinsically beautiful, as is the whole environment. No wonder Georgiana loved the coastline at Augusta in Western Australia, which has distinct similarities with the river, ocean and inlet in a wilderness.

We were given a wonderful reception from author Richard Reeve, at Kilgreggan, who has written a tome on the local history, “A Victorian Burgh”, ISBN 0954709233. He has us eagerly listening until late in the first evening. “

Archivist, Mike Davis, was extremely helpful in locating many of the locations and texts.


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