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... dinner for the table that had been booked for us, or have it be a surprise. We were surprised already having not booked a reservation at all, but didn’t share that, instead we said, “we want to be surprised!” She enthusiastically nodded, wished us a happy congratulations for our honeymoon, and told us what time to come to dinner.
Our hosts are delightfully charming and chatty people, eager to please and to delight. Ina, one of ...
... views were all gorgeous, looking up to the mountains and around to the sea. Periodically, the wind came up, but it was never that bad. Climbing, you reach a ridge, then climb much more precipitously on the round knob of the Pap itself. Some of the footing is scree, but never for very long. We also had to periodically use our hands to climb up a rock step or so – again, never very much. At the summit, a gust of wind (maybe 40 ...
... right at a little cairn, following a stream through the trees, coming out onto open moorland at Na Chapanan. It seemed quite easy going to reach Carn Liath and the views over to Creag Meagaidh were lovely, with cloud looking to lift off the summit, so we pressed on for the next summit.
We walked along the gently undulating tops to the second peak of Stob Poite Coire Ardair, by which ...
... to find my B and B for the night. The B and B is right on the shores of Loch Linnhe and the window in my room overlooks this Loch. It really does loch lovely. After settling in and meeting the Kiwi who runs the place with her Scottish husband I headed of to find Neptunes Staircase. This is a series of 8 locks that allows boats to lift or fall about 20 metres to carry on along the Caledonian Canal system. It is a piece of engineering wonderment. I couldn't get a good photo ...
... built in 1833.
#10: Duart Castle – Our first of what would be many views of Duart Castle, on the Isle of Mull.
#11: The Anchorage - Peter and Pat's home in the village of Criagnure on the Isle of Mull.
Map C: Shows distance from Glasgow to Isle of Mull - It might not look far as the crow flies, but it's full of mountains, valleys, lochs and every imaginable obstacle to prevent one from heading in a straight line. It took 3 hours by train.