On the way to Craigdarroch castle, someone built onto the older wall and made cute steps into their garden. I think it must be enchanted.
At the castle, staring into the sun...the only sun we got the whole day in fact, perfect timing of course.
This window reminds me of the fairy tale about the girl and the geese, so of course I loved it.
After seeing the drawing room I decided I wanted to live there. The picture with the lion is just part of the painting that was on the ceiling. I fell in love. Why don't we paint murals on our ceilings anymore?
So this castle, wasn't really suppose to be a castle, but since it looked like one and is so huge, everyone started calling it that. It has four beautiful floors and a tower. Tons of amazing woodwork, paintings, stained glass, and interesting historical tidbits. It was definitely worth the half hour walk (uphill, should have known they'd put it on the highest point).
The pictures of animals were part of my favorite exhibit in the Museum. It was very realistic. It looked like a forest that opened up to a beach off in the distance. Its possible that since this is the biggest museum I've ever been too my expectations were set a little lower than they should be, but it was very strange to suddenly walk from a dark room with things I expected to see into a forest. For a second I thought I'd found a magical portal...
Thats it. I didn't take very many, and even fewer with people but thats just the kind of pictures I take I guess. It didn't help that it was rainy and cold, so I wasn't very motivated to keep my hands out of my pockets and ready to take a picture. Also, it seems weird to always be asking people to take pictures of me...