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... peninsula we stopped for scone and café mocha at Flodigarry Hotel. The weather, just too inclement to sit outside on the patio we opted for inside and imagined the great views from here on a clear day. We enjoyed a chat with the new owners, a Dutch couple who recently purchased and rescued this building from decay. They shared with us that Scotland has open arms to ...
So I am now in Portree, at Rhona Campbells veterinary clinic. I have been staying with her, which has been awesome!
I got here last Saturday, and had lunch with a couple of the people that work at the clinic. I also met Alistair, the locum veterinarian that would be taking me out this week while Rhona is away. It was his last week - he is now retiring! This week I have also had Genie and Sam with me - they are Rhonas dogs, who are taking care of me while she ...
... Clan on December 31st after the Oath failed to be signed at Fort William. Today many an Inn have a sign on the door saying "No Campbell's ". Fort William is where the last scene of Skyfall James Bond movie & Harry Potter's Harrogate. We stopped for a photo shot and there was a Lone Piper playing the Bagpipes. Yesterday in Edinburgh we saw The Lime Dunes didn't get a photo in time, Scotland was the centre for The Leapers and when they died the were buried in ...
... three years. Its good to know that we're not the only one with long term road rehab.). We decided to head out the A9 to Stirling and visit that castle. (This was to become the start of our Castle tour.) It's an important castle in Scottish history, seeing it's share of royal births, coronations, battles and deaths. These Scots sure did not give up easily but finally succumbed at Culloden in about 1745 or so. Driving on the left side of the ...
... was a great intro to the city.
However no time to linger - off to Skye! A 5 hour drive took us along the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond as well as a series of other lochs - but Lomond was undoubtedly the most beautful of them all. It is wide, long and surrounded by forested hills - real postcard stuff.
Arriving in Portree, Skye, we were greeted by a light drizzle, but ...