Glebe End Bed and Breakfast
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... was in the late 1980s that the distillery decided to use their own branding.
The barrel room has lots of standard whisky in barrels. It must be 3 years old to be considered Scotch Whisky, then it can be aged different ages in the barrels. (the age refers to time in the barrel not the bottle)
the oldest barrel of whisky they have on site is from 1967! They are planning on bottling and selling it when it turns 50. Someone buy me a bottle of that for my ...
... another salmon (and trout) ladder. This one has been built so that the fish can swim (rather than jump) up through a series of 34 pools that cover 310 metres. The ladder must be quite successful, as each year it is used by about 5,400 fish, which are recorded by an electronic counter. We didn't stay there long as the midges were biting, so we carried on to tonight's Britstop: a farm shop in the Angus ...
... there was no skin left- horrible the Fort covers 42 acres - size of 40 football pitches and is an active working military base with a notice at entry that we may be liable to searches (did not happen) - but we saw military personnel driving around and some of the buildings not open to the public. This was a visit back to where I grew up but it is certainly not my home, my home is where my family are in New Zealand. I have seen Nairn and now feel no need to ...
... then at Glenfiddich. A few tipples (and purchases) later, it was time to find our stop for the night.
Our Britstop started off being a pub in the town of Aviemore, where we had a few drinks and then dinner. It wasn't till about 8.30 that we noticed the flyers advertising that the pub turns into a nightclub here... from 10pm until 3.00AM!! After a few surreptitious questions of ...
... approaches into Loch Ness and on to Inverness. We watched boats as they were lowered from one chamber to the next, then making their way up the loch.
Tonight's SYHA hostel is literally only a few metres from the water's edge and is in prime position. It's older than Torridon but still has good facilities.
Tomorrow it's on the motorway to Stranraer for our last night in Scotland.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise