[They eventually arrive at the Loch and settle for a quiet evening. Insects flit through cool
air and crickets chirp in tall grass. Early the following day, Mel and Wes stand in front of a
Nessie sign. A local girl
named Angie takes the picture for them.]
Thank you, Angie. Do you mind if I twist your arm
about something? Have you ever seen Nessie?
[Laughing] Well, I dinna [do not] want to lie about such an important matter.
Last summer in mid August, while I was standing near the shore, I saw two humps moving in the water.
So, was it Nessie?
I dinna ken [do not know], but prefer to believe it was the beastie.
Lassie [Miss], will you be leaving for Edinburgh soon?
Come off it, Wes. There was nothing wrong
with Angie. She just believes in Nessie. And I like to think a modern-day dinosaur can exist.
Actually, the concept is not as far-fetched as some people might think. There still are rumors of
small dinosaurs in Borneo.
It's a large island in Southern Asia. Northern Borneo is in
Southern Borneo is in Indonesia.
We'll travel there later this year because I accepted a request to
teach courses in both countries.
[The family stays a few more days in Scotland before they depart
Europe and return to North America. Their next destination is
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