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... discomfort. With 300 meters to go, I got a stronger feel for the eastbound winds with every step. Finally the rain turned to frozen hail, and the wind burdened every step. Traversing the final ridge required full effort with every step and consciousness of the impressive gusts ability to blow you back from where you came, or worse, down the avalanche prone gully.
For some crazy reason I thought in coming to Scotland, I'd be giving up my passion ...
... Catholic imagery and bringing it out to be burnt. The pillars in the nave (Pic 4) show the damage that occurred in this process. Further, the building survived bombing of the nearby dockyards in WW2. When built in the 1100's the pale sandstone would have looked stunning with a bright light interior. The smog of the industrial revolution has given it the black appearance of most older buildings ...
... the ceremony, my shoes demonstrating that they were more water repellant than water proof, but it was worth it to see the flag going up and get to wave my bright yellow boxing kangaroo for the tele. Hockey Finals - Day 11 Highlights Part 3 | Glasgow 2014 Hockey Finals - Day 11 Highlights Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4cx1xb ...
... me with my water, her with her tonic and lime.
She actually has so many great stories to tell, and so much wisdom.
We got our burgers, and thanks to my bloody upbringing, I sat there like a goof for a couple minutes trying to work out the best way to eat a burger without making myself look like a complete dag in front of this classy lady.
I REALLY JUST WANTED TO SHOVE MY FACE!
Anna had picked the top off hers ...
We left beautiful Aviemore to head for the Isle of Skye. Kyle of Lochlash would be our destination for 1 night.On the way we visited Culloden Moor, the site of the final Jacobite defeat in 1746. One of the most important battles in Scottish history which saw the end of the Clans. RIP J.Fraser
Then onto the infamous Loch Ness. Only monsters spotted were land dwelling ones. hehe
We visited a tour hidden gem, the ...