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... on with cagoule and waterproof trousers was repeated.
The road was fairly well inhabited with a few farms and holiday dwellings. Traffic was quite busy and as the road was flooded in places I had to step on to the verge fairly often.
After 10 miles I joined the main A830 turning eastwards along the north side of Loch Eil. This was a much busier road with a steady flow of oncoming traffic. It was 8 miles until I reached Corpach. Here I joined ...
... have saved me 42 miles, but the Scottish coast is what it is and I have set out to walk its length.
During the afternoon the rain became heavier and persistent. I could detect where my cagoule and waterproof trousers were not as effective as they once were. After the ferry the road reverted to single track but I was surprised at how busy it was, even with some heavy trucks so I often had to stop or step out of the way of passing vehicles.
My deadline was ...
... thrift. Jeremy kicked off Clarkson style about needing a "bloody
steak" and the staff relented into knocking us up some sandwiches. Scoffing
them down, the lads watered themselves with West Highland Way lager in the
snug Hotel bar. Then when it closed, we were moved to the lounge where
Jeremy tested our mettle with some Balderdash quiz questions. This soon
sent us to sleep.
Well rested, well fed and in good company (Charles Darwin, the ...
... without crampons. So alas, we retreated and made our way back down. Looking back from the West Highland Way, it was a pretty rewarding hike.
We reached town again and with rain setting in and wind picking up, we decided to try and find somewhere to stay. McDonalds Hotel did some little wooden cabins for quite cheap- perfect! We showered and sorted ourselves out, before treating ourselves to dinner and a pint in the Bothy ...
... I loved the dormers and the old character of the place, and it was good to see it was really clean and in good shape.
The manager talked us out of taking our car out and said we could walk to nearby Arthur's Seat, a high (800') old volcano that is a popular viewpoint. Found out the walk was a little longer than he implied, but we got there and decided to just follow the path partly up Salisbury Crags (could be Arthur's Footstool, but still 450' ...