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Journey got off to a depressing start after hearing the woes of the taxi driver - losing his mum within 12 hours of his dad, both to cancer. Quitting work to look after his wife as she's wheelchair bound following surgery .... Spotted Ade on the platform who is heading back to work in Calais. I would have kept him company but not giving up my first class ticket! I decided not to talk to the James Heller lookalike (president from season 9 of 24) who took up all my foot space. Hoped ...
... on a visit to the 'smallest whisky distillery in Scotland', Edradour.
We stopped on the way at Blairgowrie where we looked in at the Clan Donnachaid shop and where we bought some oddments, including a nice locket for Kathryn. Then we stopped at Killiecrankie which brought back memories of my last trip and took a quick walk to the 'Soldier's Leap'.
Pitlochry is a lovely-looking little place but we didn't have much time to ...
... Kendal It’s a beautiful part of the world and with the roads totally free of ice I’m able to let this bike rip in and out of the curves on this grand road. It’s a totally different bike now as from what it was this morning!!
Setting my GPS to take me to Heysham port I expected it now to simply take me via a few nice mountainous roads but before I know it’s taken me back to the M6 motorway and that’s where I stopped and looked at the map!! With ...
... and finally got to Scotland - saw a Loch, not Loch Ness unfortunately, because it was still a long way north of here and time won't permit us getting there! We are all feeling a bit tired tonight! Have packed so much into the fortnight we have been here and although Den and I both enjoy driving, it does get tiring after a while, especially on the motorways where the speeds are high and the traffic very heavy. The lesser roads are much easier to drive, but it takes ages to get ...
... up and down the one lane that was free, it was our turn to try and move. And it wall went well. With no room to turn around (and no real desire to try and risk it by turning around), we just kept the momentum up and kept driving north. After about another 5 or so miles, the snow had all but disappeared. Clearly, this blizzard had just been a band that had passed through that one section of Scotland in a bad bit of road.
Given that we knew that hill would still ...