Corriefodly Holiday Park
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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We woke up to snow! Scotland is very much living up to its 4 seasons in a day reputation! We headed to Pitlochry today but were all rather tired and windswept so we only bothered to leave the warmth of the car to see The Queen's View. Worth the ...
... generations of friends. We had a wonderful time together. Firstly meeting the landlord's daughters and their ponies and then walking to the Birks of Aberfeldy. The Birks are very understated and truly beautiful. Everybody managed the pleasant walk through the forest and thankfully there was more water in the waterfalls than what fell from the sky! I was probably concentrating more on chatting than admiring the scenery but never mind, it's on our doorstep! Can't wait for the next gathering ...
... Water While we were washing up, we noticed that the water started turning dark. Next the hot water in the kitchen didn't run anymore and in the bathroom the cold water was out....hmmmm...strange. The day ended up with no water coming out of any of the faucets, so we notified Debbie and she assured us, that someone would be there in the morning to take care of the problems. We ended up with a nice day anyway, and endulged in the rich collection of old video tapes, that were ...
... I was easily able to follow the directions to my last site. My last site was to the biggest Celtic cross I have ever seen, and likely one of the biggest in Scotland I am guessing.
It is called the Atholl Monument, and was erected in 1865 to honor the Duke of Atholl. This is such an interesting place. I only know about it because I took a one day sacred site tour when I came to Scotland last, and this was the first place he took me. It was really hard to find how to get there ...
... walk. It had been another great day and we returned to home feeling very satisfied and thrilled with the day. The weather had stayed fine all day- great. Back at the campsite it was showers, tea and a natter. Roy had enjoyed his golf at Strathtay which was great. We headed out to dinner with Helen and Roy-thank-you before stopping. We were all tired by the end of the day after 4 days of walking which had seen us cover 51 miles! It had been brilliant. ...