November 17, 2010

Day Eight – Homeward bound

The day dawned clear. We had our last wonderful cooked breakfast – the kind we’d been enjoying all week – eggs, back bacon, black pudding, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, toast, coffee, tea, jam, porridge, cream. But all good things must come to an end, so we all packed up, loaded up and David started us all on our journey home.

But, we should have known, it wasn’t over. David continued the tour all the way back to Edinburgh – pointing out sites, highlighting bits of interest, entertaining us! He got us and all our luggage safely back so we could complete our travels – having seen so much of the country, learned the history, lore, geography that lies behind our music, having learned some excellent tunes – enhanced by the location.
David and I had a great time this year
and we can't wait to see you in 2011!

We can’t wait until next year!

Harp in the Highlands and Islands Tours 2011

We are excited to announce that the 2011 Harp in the Highlands and Islands Tours will be 11 – 18 August and 22 – 29 August . These dates assure that you’ll see Scotland in its glory – the weather is usually brilliant at this time.

In addition, if you want to augment your visit, there are excellent opportunities to do so with these dates. You can attend the Edinburgh Tattoo you can participate in Harp Village, an amazing weekend workshop in Cromarty, or you could plan other events.

But remember, there are only six seats on each trip, so be sure to reserve your seat now! Go to the Harp Tour website for further details and booking information.

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