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Day 159: After arriving in Fort William we walked around a little through the city, had lunch at the pub and got food for dinner since our hostel has a kitchen, the first one in quite a while and we are looking forward to making dinner. That night we ended up finding a ten pin bowling alley were we had a few games. Steve 3 : Emma 0
Day 160 …
... the Royal Mile in between and Holyrood Palace.Unbelievably we arrived in time for the Fringe Festival,where entertainers fill the streets with music and entertainment of all types or you can book tickets for a myriad of plays and music.We saw an amazing guitarist with 1 hand,gymnasts,fiddlers,a card magician and many others.The atmosphere was happy ,fun and friendly,the backdrop Edinburgh ...
... to cycle through two rounds of each of us taking photos. The space was small and it was a bit of a dance to get in, shoot a couple of photos, and move away so someone else could do the same. It worked fairly well, and one of my photos is pretty good. It would have been better a few seconds earlier, but still not too bad.
When we got back to Fort William, we knew that we would need to check the car tires since the light was still on ...
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 ...
... on this part. There are 2 summits so we visited both (it'd be a travesty not to have visited the 'right one'),
before descending through a short squall on the descent before crossing the boggy Col at 600m, ready to start the ascent up Beinn a Chaorainn. We had good views over loch Treig at this point,
the grey corries and Aonoch mor and Beag.
However we watched them disappear ...