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... children swinging on the climbing frames and birling on the roundabout. Further up the Gareloch some more young ones are beaching a dinghy in front of the sailing club. The boats at anchor bob up and down, saluting those others coming in with sails spread out to the breeze. The air is clean and clear, the green of the trees on the hillside is starting to take on a reddish tinge and the outline of the Arrochar Alps cuts a crisp silhouette against the blue sky. ...
... ever since we arrived. At the edge of town Waitrose finally opened its doors last November, and the building has won an architectural award. My neighbours are enthusiastic about the free coffee on offer, but for me the major draw is the car park - right beside the sea and with views of the mountains, it must be one of the best in the country. The high voltage tranmission line across the hills is also being upgraded by Scottish Power and ...
5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... seem to have brought a camper van across! No, on closer examination it is just a tent, but decorated to look like a yellow camper van, wheels and all. Further along we pass a promontory on one of the islands where ospreys are nesting, and the skipper cuts the engines so that we can watch the adult birds shaking out their wings.
About 18 people disembark on Inchcailloch, the second biggest island on Loch Lomond, but within a very few minutes the others have ...
... one we were after but nonetheless a beach. Little bit chilly and certainly not swimming weather but we were entertained watching dogs play and the various sea life washed up. After a great lunch of scallops and prawn tails at the pier. We went to visit Dunollie the ancestral home of the McDougall Clan. In ruins since the 17 th century I think this provided ...