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... nice things for brunch. These woods, being adjacent to the hospital are often used by staff and patients. Because of the height you can see quite a distance including the Falkirk Wheel which we visited on a past stays here but for those who don't know is a quite amazing mechanism to lift long boats travelling the canal from one level to the other. It's quite a ...
... We'll we didn't miss it & we got on the right one so all in all. Very successful! The trip up was very pretty. Lots of lochs. We walked down to the town & I had fish & chips -the pensioner special and I still couldn't eat it all. Off to Iona ...
... days, we can count the number of times we have sat outside with a nice wine in the long evenings on our fingers. Well the fingers on both hands of ONE of us anyway.
The lady across from us was talking to the young girls and saying that you can't plan anything. It's no good saying lets go down to the beach on Sunday, as you can't tell if it will be nice or not. She said the only thing ...
... out of the way on the Morven Peninsula - involving a couple of crossings on the Corran Ferry. But it looks like it ought to be good and we've got an excellent warm sunny day for it.
The seven of us (Louise, Graham, Graham, Roland, Paul, Fletcher and me) start out on a lengthy gradual ascent of what I suppose you'd call the south east ridge. It's mainly grassy, but with some steeper sections of bare rock, which liven things up a bit. It looks like ...
... just a translation of a gaelic name Macleister (or something similar) and apart from the horse at the top, I don’t know what these symbols mean. Now I can enquire.
The massive hill behind the graveyard and “castle” has rills from top to bottom, suggesting mini watercourses. A fine place to live with gentle terrain for farming. I have had online contact with a man living in Canada who thinks he is the last Fletcher born at Glenorchy. There have ...