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Total mileage: 77
Actual cycling time: 6 hours 45 minutes
On our way out of Aviemore we stocked up on our food supplies as in this area of the world stops can be hard to find. The cycle route ran parallel to the A9 through dense forest until we left the Cairngorms National Park.
From there onwards, the landscape reverted to farmland until we reached Inverness. Having struggled to find our way out we crossed another bridge and followed a ...
Later start today, altho up early after a longish sleep.
The party were in better mood today as no rain and very little wind whilst tackling Hopeman Golf Course. Some very interesting holes including the signature 12th which was a par three playing from the top of the dunes to the shoreside.
Out with AC and PK and we played pretty inconsistent stuff. Scored better than yesterday and lost less ...
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Took a few days out in the car to visit two of the Hotels beer suppliers. Loch Ness Brewery on the shores of Loch Ness at Drumnadrochit and Cromarty Brewery on the Cromarty Peninsula "the Black Isle". The Ale business and micro breweries are huge here, with some companies like Brew Dog able to capitalise on such a huge market. Its like the wine industry in ...
... minded) of the A9 dropped away, leaving the wind to ponce on me like a hungry wolf (sorry I meant pounce obviously).
Now I like a good fright just like the next guy (who hasn't got a heart condition that is), so getting across the Dunbeath Bridge was fun...a 200ft drop with barriers only up to hip-height and my bike with panniers making it act like a kite...one for the scrapbook of moments not to revisit (or my Twilight Zone). I had a few ...
... was good to speak with him, his life sounded very uncomplicated- lovely!! I walked on passing over the newish fly-over above Dunbeath. Looking back across the valley of the Dunbeath Water it was interesting to see the castle perched on the edge of the cliffs. Dunbeath itself had also been party to the herring industry in the 1800’s, the harbour still retaining an old ice house. I met up with the Roadie at Laidhay Croft Museum, a 200 year old rush thatched ...