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Travel Blogs from Fort William
... even strawberries under hectares and hectares of hoops, awaiting the polythene which will turn them into gigantic greenhouses.
The leaves of the trees in the deciduous woodlands are turning golden almost before our eyes: on the Black Isle we drove up on the one day through green woods and down two days later through gold. Some trees have already lost their leaves... It's very melancholy, especially as I know it means my time here is coming to an end.
... Course. Rick is in man heaven. We go to the official golf store as their are numerous unofficial all things golf shops all over town; we step foot on holy ground and go to the Swilcan Bridge on the 18th hole... it's nirvana, its ultra cool and its crowded with tourist who have waited in the piercing wind for the days tournament to finish so they can get a picture in a place that they (we) could never qualify to play on. It really was cool I have ...
... we found ourselves in the golf clubhouse enjoying the views of the old course and having a nice afternoon wine as the players ended their round of golf. After a refreshment or two and a few mementos of the golf course we headed off to the town of the seaside town of Anstruther to a famous fish and chip shop for dinner before heading home for the ...
... not play the game so tomorrow off to Tesco again to get a stick.
Today we decided to go to the flower show on at Dundee and see the local produce and flowers and arts and craft apparently it is Huge so we will see, we sorted out the stick and then headed off to the flower show well talk about big it is in the grounds of an old stately home and takes up a huge area of land. We Arrived just as the sun came out so had no worries about any rain, there were pravillions galore so ...
... a messenger arrived
in the Highlands with the news - leaving only three days until
worst of winter swept through Glen Coe on December 31, MacIain,
fearful for the safety of his clan, left for Fort William
to sign the oath. From here he was turned back by Colonel
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