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John & Jennifer have been given a large file of instructions and a big list of jobs. So hopefully they will have enough to keep them busy until our return. A big thank you to them for looking after the animals and house in our absence, we hope they enjoy Ashburton & Seil while we are away. But what will we be getting up to in the next 5 weeks? Watch this ...
... Edinburgh (including a stop for dry clothes, tea and scones)
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 948278.html
Distance covered 13.0 miles
Distance covered this week 70.8 miles
Distance covered in 2014 388 miles
Distance covered in 77 days 1367 miles
Many thanks to Susan and Pat for their driving and generous hospitality
... Settle down, become a cave woman.... Oops... Dreamin' here! ;-) Oh and I've finally seen Puffins... The birds I had not been able to see in Ireland either! Anyways... Ferry 3 took us from Staffa to Iona where we could have late lunch and go for a walk to Iona Abbey. A beautiful abbey with 2 huge Celtic crosses right in front of it. The sun had come out again at the perfect time... And then the return portion of the trip... Ferry 4 to Mull, bus 2 to head to the other side ...
... have worked the terrain.
Tonight we are in the Scottish Youth Hostel in Oban, with one of the most beautiful outlooks imaginable, looking west across the Firth of Lorne to the fells on Mull, our destination tomorrow and place of residence for the next week. We have one more family history item on our darg - Jenny's ancestral home on her mother's side: Dunart Castle, the home of Clan Maclean. That interlude will be followed by the activity level that will mark ...
... and say, no, the pavilion has gone, maybe pavilion thieves stole it in the night? Turns out the pavilion was a small stone shed tacked onto the side of the Castle. Well, who knew?
The Castle, on an empty bladder, was very interesting - as I said, very small footprint, but about four storeys up, with a good recreation of its incarnation as a barracks in the form of beds and uniforms of the time. What I found especially interesting was ...