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Monday today. A rest day with no official duties for any of us (other than some minor admin and chasing up of lost property items for me to do)
Zac and I decided to join the Bus tour organised by the Scots College band members so we left at 8am for a "cultural" tour of Scotland.
The bus took us up the A9 though the Cairngorms National Park. A really lovely highland landscape of bare hills and heather. There must have been a lot of rain up that way too as there ...
Left Inverness and headed along the famous Loch Ness (no monsters to be seen today!) Long day in the car today from 9am until we arrived in Dunoon at 5pm with a few stops along the way.
Travelled through many of the places Dad used to speak about today, Fort William, Strachur, Inverarry, Bute and into Dunon to stay with cousin David and his wife Elaine. Cousin Janice here also so great to catch up. Few drinks to be had tonight and a home cooked ...
... br> Saw other distilleries along the way such as Grants and Ben Riach, and even saw where the famous Walker Shortbread is made.
Next stop Inverness and place of interest there was the Inverness Castle which is being used currently by the Dept of Courts but unable to go in.
Staying the night in a place called Carrbridge and a beautiful old lodge built in 1905 called Dalrachney www.dalrcahney.co.uk.
Been a great ...
... area. Unsurprisingly, Ron has also managed to play a few rounds with some Royal Dornoch members he has met while we've been here.
While the golfers golf, Kara and I have discovered several beautiful walks in the area, walking to nearby villages of Embo, Golspie and Brora. As Kara is in training for the 100km Oxfam trail walk when she gets back to Australia, we've been doing 20km and ...
... saw some adults dancing in couples; I don't think they were competing, but just performing.
The male heavies were competing in "Weight for Distance" throwing stones about the size of bowling balls. Anyone who wanted to compete in the Games, had to were traditional attire. The men had on kilts. Some of them had on more of the traditional wear, but others just had on t-shirts or tank tops with them. ...