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... and mud. Going up was not bad, I tripped once when I tried to run. Going down was a completely different story... The grass was tall, which hid the ground, so you really could not see where you were stepping. Sometimes the step was larger, wetter or muddier than anticipated. I may have fallen once or twice... or four times. My butt and shoes were wet. But from my knee to my feet was muddy. I was walking diagonal down the hill, my ...
... Edinburgh (including a stop for dry clothes, tea and scones)
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 948278.html
Distance covered 13.0 miles
Distance covered this week 70.8 miles
Distance covered in 2014 388 miles
Distance covered in 77 days 1367 miles
Many thanks to Susan and Pat for their driving and generous hospitality
... via bracken covered crags to over 200 metres. There was no way round this obstacle. The bracken and some thick heather made progress painfully slow, often literally. By September bracken stems have become thick and woody. In my customary shorts my shins were taking a hammering as I forced my way upwards. At the top of Smirisary Hill I was rewarded with great views; west to the Small Isles, and south to the nearby island of Eilean ...
... Donan has one of the best webcams that I have seen. Every time I have looked at it, it has been working and I can see live action--tourists moving about by day, birds flying by in the morning, a romantic couple on the bridge in the evening and always the flag flying. We told the kids about the webcam and about when we would be there so we could wave at them. We waited to stop at Eilean Donan until on the way ...
... town. Back in Fort William, we had dinner at an Indian restaurant called Spice Tandoori. The food was excellent despite the lack of originality of the name. We enjoyed a spicy meal and then walked to the town center for the event of the evening. The Lochaber School Pipe Band played a series of traditional Highland songs on the pipes and drums. We tapped along with the lead piper for the duration of the set and followed behind as they marched out. Not bad for a cold rainy ...