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Start: Glenmoriston, Loch Cluanie, Scotland
End: Stranraer, Scotland
Total Kms: 391
Weather: started out beautiful, with just a few clouds
hanging around the tops of the mountains,
however after I reached just north of Loch
Lomond it was rain all the way, 7-14º C
Left Loch Cluanie and continued the …
... Australia, Chile, and Tasmania!!! How wild is that. I guess the Gulf Stream at this part of Scotland is warm enough to support a thriving tropical species. As a matter a fact they are involved with a scientific study on global warming. Well not too warm that day, we had three layers on with raincoats and umbrellas to ...
... So what better way to celebrate how lucky we are then with a family night of cards and nachos for dinner. Works for me. After dinner exercise was definitely in order so we went for a walk along the section of the Blackhead Path that was close to our house. It was an amazing walk, if a little scary at times. The wind was so crazy strong that at times it felt like we couldn’t move forward … or that we would be blown off the path. I ...
... with this, reading from the information sheet. As Spencer pointed out ‘it is just like reading in class’ (any teachers reading?? We are educating our kids on this trip, I promise!!) Anyway, the sheer size of the dry dock was pretty cool, it gave just a slight idea of just how huge the Titanic was …. and yet compared to modern cruise liners it was pretty tiny. Even with all of the information on ship building that ...
... so everyone could hear our guide. Before we head off our tour guide explained that while the bus drivers looked friendly if you got in there way on the road they would run you over like a pancake so our group should stick to the path. The first thing our tour guide talked about was a legend about a giant named Finn who needed to get to Ireland and so he took a giant camel and the camel was still there and our guide pointed out to humps of rock that looked like a camel.