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Travel Blogs from Crieff
... only real one in existence and is a lock that was used to move river boats 35 meters up to the next canal. This locks were used extensively up until the late 1930s when the railway took over from the canal boats plying goods from one side of Scotland to the other side. In later years they designed the wheel and it was used as a tourist attraction where they thought they would attract engineers and boating people but everyone was interested in ...
... to have another hour on the island! Certainly better than some of the place s we've waited recently, like Sydney Airport or Euston Station. While waiting we found a large swan sitting on its nest, with its mate in the water nearby. After our boat trip back we went back through Aberfoyle and Callander, before going to Macdonalds at Stirling to use wifi and have some tea. Returning home, we packed up, ready for our next stop, Luss on the bonnie banks of Loch ...
... Famous Grouse Distillery' - closed.
After checkout from Hydro, beautiful country drive headed toward Banchory. Stop to view paragliding in action.
Stop at Falls of Feugh. Walk up to the falls.
Drive on to Banchory. Stop at The Chatterbox. Had carrot, parsnip and apple soup.
Grocery shopping at Matthew's oriental Market and Indian grocery shop. Back home for sambhar.
... tree! I had spent all this time with the wrong tree, but it was still a nice tree. So then I sat with the real and correct tree I wanted to find and took pictures of that one too. After I spent time with this tree, who I named "Grandma Tree", I finally went back to my car. As you can see from the pictures, the trees in this area had leaves too, which was really cool.
Then I drove to my next destination. I was using my map print outs with detailed mileage directions. I ...
... hours of Monday morning.
Following this episode, we enjoyed the surrounding areas of Aberfeldy, Pitlochry and Stirling including Wallace monument...which was amazing!
We ate some amazing food including at the Brasserie restaurant at the Hotel and the Lounge Bar in downtown Crieff.
For one last time, it was brilliant yet again but difficult to say goodbye to alot of close freinds. However, all good things come to an end and it was off to begin a new chapter in my book!