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After the Falls of Bruar we stopped next at the Garry River. The brown tourist signs can create extra stops and this time we wanted to find out what 'Lin of Tummell' actually was. It turned out to be the meeting of the two rivers, the slow moving Garry and the tumbling, rushing Tummel. There are some suspension bridges along the Tummel so we walked through the lightly forrested pathway to the bridge suspended above the rushing water and then back to watch some bungee ...
... too. I don't much like any of the clothes that are found in these stores; I am used to how things are laid out in Value Village, my favorite thrift store back home. But we made some good purchases. Then we looked inside a covered shopping center that is what would be called a mall in America. I had no idea it existed, even though I have shopped in Dunfermline before. Then we had lunch in a little cafe back near where the car was parked.
... Loch Ness and Inverness, which is located at the northern end of the Loch. We got to feed some hairy coos (hairy cows) which we very cute. Today was Yvette's birthday. We had a champagne picnic lunch. We bought smoked salmon to have. Two Chinese girls in the group had never had never had it, they are now hooked. We had lunch at a stone henge names Clava Cairns. Like stone henge they aren't sure what the stones were used for, but it is thought that ...
... whiskey or a port. We were going to stay another night as we were so comfortable here, but in the end Rosemary suggested we drive to her friends house and park on their driveway. It was free and closer to where we needed to be the next day. This is what we did. It was sad leaving their farm, but the overnight park we had was also lovely and we had views over nearby paddocks filled with ...
... Louis Stevenson, Scottish Novelist
A few things of note about Scotland:
- It's sacrileg to drink whiskey with anything but a splash of room temp water
- A loch is a lake, a glen is a valley, and a close is an alley
- The Loch Ness monster does not exist
- The Scots hate Mel Gibson
Edinburgh is freaking cool. It's the type of city I wish I was smart enough to have studied a semester abroad in. It's ...