|Our group with healthy feet on Arthur's Seat|
|To prove I was in Scotland|
|The Scott Monument, as in Sir Walter|
|Sir Walter, the Scot(t)|
|The Scott Monument on the left. Edinburgh Castle up on the right above the bridge.|
|The Museum of Scotland really is a great place.|
And I would have wandered around a bit if my feet were functioning.
|One thing to love about British place names; sometimes they are just spot on.|
|Professor Tom lecturing "on" Hadrian's Wall while I looked for marauding Picts over my shoulder|
|Some people have amazing adventures walking the wall across England. It is not the border with Scotland.|
|Romans were here|
|My wife finally made a friend of Professor Ron's daughter. She recognized a natural grandma.|
|It might be because she had custody of her Peppa Pig|
Oceans rise, empires fall
We have seen each other through it all
And when push comes to shove,
I will send a fully armed battalion to remind you of my love
Da dada da da
Da dadada dayada
Dada da da dayada
I even did a little cheering at the Battle of Yorktown, 1781. Yes, the World turned upside down!
Yes, I could live in Britain. I hope they call me on a mission there. It is the Land of my Fathers and Mothers. But I could never be a citizen of the UK as I would have to submit to the sovereignty of that corrupt royal family consisting of accidents of birth. Over there, I am a Republican (even if not, definitely not, in the US of A!)
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