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... we ended up with an old bloke at our table telling us about the dog he had to put down. I could just about write a country music song to that! From Drumnadrochit, we traveled up to the top of Scotland, to a place called Thurso. We had some great sights along the way and we enjoyed a nice night staying at one of the local pubs. We got up this morning and threw a dart at the map to decide where we are going next. Strathpeffer has won the contest, so its off we go. Talk later ...
... over four stone Victorian bridges on our way. These all have names: Peat (not Pete, explains Stuart), the big stone bridge, the wee stone bridge and another which we have forgotten already. Several jokes are made at the MOD's expense. We start with the targets, one is painted bright pink...it's for the Americans says Stuart, cue laughter. And we only have to worry about driving through this zone when they at here, he continues, as they are known for ...
During the last series of walks you may remember that I had had to hitch lifts on several occasions. I had reached territory where my bus pass would be of little use. Various people had asked how I would proceed further and I said that perhaps Margot would accompany me on a future visit and provide some logistical support. Following a discussion along those lines with some friends, a retired colleague, David ...
... the Museum we had a lunch of local foods provided by the Bay Owl restaraunt, they where pressed to feed the number of us arriving at one time but did extremely well. We then moved on to look at the Laidhay Croft Museum which is set up as a crofters buildings of the period, this showed us the tools used and the way the houses where laid out with animal stalls and housing all in one.
In the evening we travelled to Wick and a dinner dance at ...
... We had a lovely breakfast on cereal, scrambled eggs on toast and Roger had breakfast haggis + black pudding. We have never laughed so much as we did at breakfast, as June who is a Geordie decided to tell us a few tails, she would have made a really good stand-up comic. Remind me to tell you the one about Titanic and the dog or the woman with the large window when I see you.
We set off 9.10 from Wick to J.O.Groats 17 miles, 1.hour ...