Macrae Guest House
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... and his company that he runs and personally does tours on Loch Ness all day. He's lived here all of his life and claimed to have seen some "suspicious activity" on the radar. We get on the boat and get going. It's not that cold on the boat because the sun has finally come out. Finally we get some good luck with the weather. He explains that the water is black because of all of the peat. He also says that the lake is incredibly deep and they ...
... conversationalist, well-informed on subjects relevant to both sides of the Atlantic. It was a full day, starting on a tranquil beach in Findhorn at lands edge and ending in the brooding loch. Retiring to our cozy attic bedroom, we slept well! Tomorrow we begin our journey to the northern shore of the country. First we stop in Beauly for a visit to Campbell's, a famous woolen mill, where I suspect we'll part with some quantity of moolah before heading up the ...
The day dawned sunny and promised to be warm, a promise made good in spades, with the afternoon temps reaching sweltering highs (80F). We left Alford, driving north and west on a one-lane B road, a gorgeous, mostly untraveled road with beautiful views. We made our way north to Lossiemouth, a former fishing village on the Moray Firth, which empties into the north sea. The demise of the fishing industry could have spelled the end of the ...
... the Falls of Foyer and around.
So that's what we did.
We went to see the falls which were gorgeous! And talked heaps about travel, companions, gear, places we want to go, pretty much everything I talk about usually.
After the walk we sat and had a tea at a little cafe up near the end of the walk and wrote postcards. Sorry everyone at home, this one is going to M&S ...
... the other. This led into a large room where a video reenactment of the battle was projected onto all four walls so that visitors could experience it taking place all around them. The last room had an impressive collection of Jacobite era artifacts and a live role player describing what it was like to be part of the Royal Army at the time. Last but certainly not least, the GPS-triggered audio tour led us across the battlefield ...