Spean Bridge Hotel Fort William
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... drove into town this morning. We had seen a Morrison's supermarket near the train station. That was the same brand that had a petrol station where we filled up in Inverness. Before getting in the car, we walked over to the station to see if they had an air pump and how to get to it. The stations there do a much better job than most of ours at directing the flow of traffic through the station. We knew that we couldn't go backwards, and we wanted ...
Wednesday 28th May; Carn Liath 1006m, Stob Poite Coire Ardair 1054m, Creag Meagaidh 1128
A wonderful Mountain day!
Martin and I set off promptly, thinking that if the weather turned we would just do Carn Liath then retreat and were walking at 9am from the visitor centre at Aberarder. We followed the excellent path up to the more established birch forest, and ...
... were hit by rain and black
cloud which was heading our way. We were
soon engulfed in a massive downpour, for ¾ hour, bordering on hail. We simply had to put our heads down and squelch up
the 'track', which was pouring with water.
However as we reached the ridge, the rain stopped, and the clouds
cleared to give views along to the summit.
There was some fine ...
... as we will have different stopping points thereafter.
So here's the thing I'm living with each turn of the road....synchronicity....what is it that two women watch the movie The Way (watch it if you haven't!) and get a wild hare of an idea to walk a long route in some far off land? When we exchanged stories of what we were doing out here Jane and Neil laughed at my telling of watching this movie, wanting to go to Spain and ...
... anything I have ever seen and there was no obvious water source.
The road from Fort William to Glencoe to Rannoch Moor winds through magnificent scenery which I couldn’t do justice to from a bus window. It begins with sea views then the hills grow steeper and higher and take on a great range of shapes while edging closer and closer to the road. I had been told I must visit Glencoe for the scenery, but I had no desire to knowing about the dastardly deed that ...