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... not unlike a good C******nay but tastes better! Supper was a choice between Steak Pie, Roast Pork and Yorkshire Pudding or Haggis. They them came round the dining room with the leftover Yorkshires! The Steak Pie actually had meat and nothing else in it! Our fellow diners were two groups... one cycling Lands Ends to JOG ...LEJOG-ing. The other a group cycling round North west Scotland. So every plate and bowl was clean. No leftovers. Nor are we the only ones camping in ...
ESlow casual start as we had breakfast with Gus. He'd been up a while decorating, catching up on what he meant to get finished before we turned up. Glorious sunshine as we set off. Hot hard work as we climbed out of Glutt valley and then on to Knockfin Heights. Thank goodness we had good visibility on the heights. There are no discernible features to aim at... It's just a dome with no obvious summit. In addition it is pockmarked with numerous dew ponds, little gullies ...
... his supper with us before taking us on a tour of the estate. What an estate! 11,000 acres of Grouse and Red Deer moorland, salmon in the River Thurso, Brown Trout in Loch Glutt... All owned by Lord Pembroke if I heard correctly. He drove us up to the two tops we won't do tomorrow. Fantastic views... the best one being the one that showed us how far we have come today. Always the most satisfying of views! Roll on day four and more flow country to ...
... the best days cycling I have ever done:) Within a few minutes of starting, our route took us on the notoriously dangerous A9, dum dum der!!! (Don't know how many, I'm better off not knowing, but we have kept hearing on the news while we have been on this trip that yet another cyclist, and sometimes an end to end cyclist, had been killed on the A9, flip!) so we understandably wanted to avoid it like the plague, but we simply had to do a 3 mile stretch of it ...
... that is what it said on the outside, it looked just like a house. We entered via a door at the side, straight into a bar out of the 1920's. Dirty glasses over the bar, indicating that a right royal session had gone on the night before. An elderly gentlemen appeared behind the bar and asked us what we would like. There was no menu on display, the only hint of what they sold was the two shelves of ...
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