Thanks to Kelvin for the reminder to make this official. I’ve been telling people here and there, but forgot to post.
There is sufficient interest for the Piskie Bloggers day to go ahead on Saturday, 17 May in Dunoon.
10.30 – 11.30 am coffee at the rectory (address below the fold).
11.30 am – 3 pm walk through the bluebell woods & Puck’s glen.
3 pm – 4pm tea, coffee (and maybe bailey pies, if you’re lucky)
Do we want to end with a eucharist, or would that be too much like work?
If it rains, the brave can go walking anyway, and the prissy (me) can stay home and make their own fun. Now, would you pass word on and let me know if you are coming so that I can plan accordingly.
Those I know are coming are listed below the fold.
- Kate (A Telling Place) — from the Borders
- Elizabeth — from Glasgow
- KB & Molly-cat (plan to be nice to her. She goes to cat-prison the Monday after, and you are stealing her Saturday afternoon lap time.)
- Rosemary — from Rothesay
- Kelvin — from Glasgow
- Chris — from Dunoon
- Mother Patience (Mrs Zebadee)
- Stewart — from Glasgow
- Eamonn & Valerie — from Glasgow
- Mother Ruth — Portobello
Holy Trinity Rectory,
Dunoon, PA 23 7LN
There’s a map here.
Western Ferries run from Gourock 3 – 4 times an hour. Come this way if you want to bring your car, or if it suits you better.
Cal-Mac ferries are less frequent, but bring you to the centre of Dunoon.
If we have a few cars on this side to shuttle people to and from the bluebells, the rest can come on foot and we’ll find a way to pick you up from the ferry.