Unusually Family Bundance were all around on Sunday and couldn’t find anything better to do than to spend it in each other’s company.
Having just joined the National Trust For Scotland we had to visit one of their properties to get our money’s worth, of course. So we decided to visit the National Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride.
|Rolling is best|
While the bigger boys declared that it was much better than they anticipated, they all decided that the best entertainment to be had was rolling down the grassy slope at the entrance.
|Oi, make my tractor go!|
While the farm has some obvious easy hits for smaller tractor-loving people, there was lots to spark discussion among bigger ones. While we ambled around (or cantered in some cases) we discussed foot and mouth disease, the land army, dairy farms, and whether or not it would ever be OK to be a POW.
The National Museum of Rural Life is surprisingly entertaining and informative – well worth a visit.
|Rowan the calf was very, very cute|