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... probably leapt around as soon as we left! Still the waterfall is impressive and we enjoyed the walk through the forest to reach it. Very tall straight pine trees, with little undergrowth proliferate the area. Within the space of about 20kms the landscape had changed from stark treeless hills and plains to forested areas with swift flowing rivers and waterfalls. The Scottish highlands are an amazing place to visit. After two enjoyable bush ...
... Right when Isabel and I were both losing steam, breakfast was served in the castle and we regained our strength and danced the night away until 4 am when we sang Auld Lang Syne and got outta there. Overall, a wonderful weekend with wonderful people. I missed Dublin though! Good signs, I think.
This week should be boringboringboring as I have a couple papers to write and no money left.
Until next time!!!
p.s. GO ...
... and pretty.
We drove down the shores of the firth to the tip, to the little village of Cromarty, intending to find somewhere to have a cuppa and Wifi and do some research into places to stay as we had seen absolutely nothing except a very suburban B&B (and we're frightened of B&Bs after Durness!) since crossing the causeway onto the Black Isle. The first building we came to was the Royal Hotel; it was just the right sort of ageing, gracious rabbit warren we like, ...
... a steep path down to the falls where photographers wait poised for the perfect shot. We don't have to wait long before we see a sudden leap followed by two, three, four more. Some make it and some get flung back down in the torrents of water. It's an amazing feat given the powerful surge of the falls! (see video). Back at camp we are having a roast dinner and an early night. We are both tired and tomorrow promises to be full on ...
We started early today as we had a 40 mile trip to Alness to begin the walking due to our original choice of campsite not being forthcoming when I tried to book it last September. The weather was good as we left and the drive along the A9 fairly straight forward. I was following NCR1 for most of the day today and the route ran parallel to the A9 but further inland and along a much prettier, quiet route. I walked out of Alness via Shillinghill, ...
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