Anyways, there are many things within a short bike ride or walking distance away, I can even catch the bus right outside my house! There is also a walking trail that goes right in front, and a large wooded area, formally called “the woods”. There are many trails and such through there as well! There is so much to do here.
Saturday, we drove up to Loch Earn! I did however, make the mistake of calling it a "lake" and was instantly corrected by at least 4 people! They have a boat up there and we were going to go waterskiing and wakeboarding. Too bad a storm blew in as we were getting there! I guess even if you check the weather here, it doesn't mean anything. The forecast said sunny, and it was windy, cloudy, and cold. So we didn't end up going on the lake...loch... and just ate at a nice little local diner there on the overlook. I guess the lakes...lochs... here are not warm at all, they are 8 or 9 degrees Celsius so you have to wear a wetsuit. I wasn't too thrilled about going into glacier-cold water, but i was going to do it anyways.
The drive was very lovely though, we passed Glen Eagles golf course, which is very famous and very pretty. There are also these estates parked up in the hills that are absolutely phenomenal. They have gatekeepers and everything, they have about a 15 mile diameter to their property, and most of them overlook a loch or reservoir.
I also saw some "Hee-land Coo-s" which are...well, check out my pictures. They are pretty awesome looking! Anyways, we had a nice day! Relaxing, but nice!
Sunday, today, my biggest day yet! I go into the