Ayrshire;s lovely rolling hillsides made for pastoral scenery as we woundour way across Scotland's southern Lowlands. Ayrshire has a rich history touched by the likes of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, and is the home of Scotland's best known poet, Robert Burns. This roads were lined with thousands of flowers of Queen Anne's Lace (an herb that produces wild carrots). We made our way to Roslyn Chapel located in Midlothian, sight of many Nights Templar legends. No pictures allowed in the chapel, so as we hike to the nearby castle, my eyes focused on the day outside, the intense blue sky, the red poppies and Queen Anne's Lace dotted pastures, and woodlands that surrounds the knoll on which Roslyn Chapel is built. A perfect summer's day in Scotland!