Peace and karma from Scotland

We left our overnight stop in Shropshire on Vineyard and Winery having watched hares running round the van in the evening. We headed North to a pre booked night at Kagyu Samye Ling   Buddhist Monastery and Tibetan Centre at Eskdalemuir Dumfries & Galloway. founded in 1967 it remains the largest Buddhist Monastery in the West. We enjoyed a walk around the grounds and a lentil supper but all thoughts of peace and an inner calm were lost as night fell and the mosquito’s came out. War was declared as we battened down the camper. No mobile internet hence this blog is posted Saturday at the Falkirk Wheel.

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One thought on “Peace and karma from Scotland

  1. Indeed that is a peaceful place Andy – you have some very colorful images of this Buddhist Monastery and Tibetan Centre. I am curious about the ribbons that were tied to the wire, but most especially onto the bottom of the tree. Do you know the significance of the ribbons?


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