I have racked my brain trying to think of something that wasn't right about the trip, but cannot come up with anything. Your services were excellent from the start and nothing went wrong anywhere. It is hard to rate the hotel accommodations since each was different. I guess I would put the Craigard House first because of its ambiance and comfort. Last would be the Millennium in Glasgow mainly because the room was small even by European standards and there was quite a bit of street noise, but that probably is hard to avoid. It does have a good location, though, right next to the railway station. The Atholl House was comfortable, pleasant and the stay was enjoyable. I would go back. All of my objectives for the trip were met. I gathered some new information on our family history and had an enjoyable time at the clan gathering. The high point was our visit to the Logierait churchyard where. I talked with the clan historian. I guess the low point was not finding as much as I expected about the Langwills in Campbeltown. I know they were there. It's an excuse for another trip I guess. Right up there as well was the drive from Glasgow to Campbeltown. Finally, thank you again for everything. I would have no problem giving you a favourable reference should it be necessary, and perhaps we can work together again sometime.