Barcaldine House Hotel
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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 ...
... the views were outstanding. I don't know how high I went, it wasn't that high, but when I got home and checked a map, I found the hill was over 750 metres high, within a kilometre of the waters edge at sea level! That's steep! Going down was interesting, very slippery, but I got back okay. We bought some lunch and had a look at the Massacre Memorial, placed by a direct descendant of McIain, the Macdonald chief who was killed by the Campbells. ...
... view of the clouds hanging low.
We’re staying at a lovely B&B here north of Ft. William and spent a couple of hours tonight with our hosts chatting about Scotland, politics here, their quest for independence from England and lots of other things. Great fun to hang out with a “real” Scottish couple.
Tomorrow off to Edinburgh for a long, long ...
It's a belter of a morning - warm, sunny and stunningly clear. And at 7.30am, a sea eagle flies calmly past our chalet. I've never seen one before and certainly didn't expect to get as good a sighting as this as I was munching my breakfast.
There's a variety of different plans for today. Steve, Graham, Gwen, Jane and I are going to start walking up Ben Sgulaird on the Appin coast to the south of Onich, although not all of us are confident of getting to the top. ...
... it's probably best that I didn't do it, but it seemed quite long and boring at the time. The only benefit of walking through the pine forest is that it was easy to find shelter and stop for lunch. I was only at the 10 mile mark and I know this isn't exactly half way but I needed to get out of the rain and eat something. After my lunch stop and refuelled with food and painkillers I was raring to go. Not! My feel are killing me and feel like I have broken all ...