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... changed from our last visit in 1989. Re-enactments, conducted tour, and excellent interpretative centre. The last battle fought on British soil, 16th April 1746, saw the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites for good. Fish and chips for lunch at the small village of Helmsdale (Valley of the Helmets). Driving up the east coast, good weather and ...
Woke to a very foggy morning. Spoke to Kristy, Chloe and Leo this morning. Leo was very excited. Also spoke to Josie, Stanley and Dorothy while jane was driving them all to gym. Phil is away on a course, Daniel is just about over Fiji and Ian is away this week. Couldn't find Nessie in the Lock, but did see some beautiful scenery. After the fog had lifted by 9am we visited ...
... us to land at the giant international airports than for paying late arrival fees at smaller domestic airports. We're learning! The controllers were friendly as I made a couple rookie mistakes, giving a couple wrong runway transmissions and not setting the local pressure altitude after flying at QNE flight levels. Again, you live, you learn. The controllers had no other traffic, so it was no big deal, I was just a tick embarrassed. After a long day of flying, particularly with ...
... enjoyed a warm bed and a decent shower though I hadn't realised how many different varieties of shower controls there are.
After the photos with my support team we went and had a welcome pint in The First & Last bar with my fellow End To Enders and reflected on the journey we had been through.
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... the cliffs gave way to a long beach backed by high dunes fringing the wide sweep of Sinclair's Bay. By now I was watching the time, aware of the last bus back to Wick. Where the Burn of Lyth flows across the beach I headed inland to the A99 and picked up the bus just south of the village of Keiss.
Distance covered 11 miles.
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 090530.html