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... about Levels and competition with the man standing next to me. He turned out to be the Director of all Highland games in Great Britain. He gave me pointers for at least 15 minutes - very kind man!!
Remember that heavy rain forecast? Well, it arrived, with a bang, about 12:30. Our shoes and pants were soaked within minutes. We tried to wait it out, but decided that we had seen: solo pipers; piper bands; Highland dancers; throwing ...
... some really neat houses along the way. I walked over the Tay Bridge and then along the river checking out the ancient architecture.
After getting back to Stirling on the train, I stopped off at The Imperial for dinner of crispy aromatic duck. Super yummy! I walked along the Back Walk to my B&B. The Back Walk is a flatter walk below the castle and skirts along the fields where the King's Knot ...
... closed the gates behind us as we left. Our B&B for the night was literally in the shadow of the castle, at the base of the hill. It was one of - if not our most -- favorite B&B of the trip. Jane had been going full steam all day and said she was too tired to join us for supper. Our inn keeper made reservations for us at a beautiful restaurant nearby, where we had a postcard-view of the castle. When we returned to the ...
... the first 10 miles, and it was a fantastic day.
"We got a really nice send off from Perth - everyone came out to wave us off, and they had made a banner for us – so it set the tone for the day.”
It seems Simon wasn’t the only one who had a difficult start to the day, as a steep hill at the start of the leg proved to be one of the biggest challenges for many of the cyclists. Paul Honeyman explains:
“I was ready to quit ...
... Queensferry. On the south bank of the Firth of Forth, a boat tour operates a few times a day to provide views of both bridges and a short stop on one of the islands that lie in the Firth of Forth.
The bridge that is slightly more upstream is the Forth Road Bridge which is designated for public traffic and cyclists. The bridge was completed in 1964, and, though the bridge is not relatively old, plans are already in the works to replace it. When ...