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... very enjoyable journey. Our first stop was Oban, a lovely town which is the gateway to the Western Islands. We had a not very nice coffee there, but saw an amusing sign. The shop obviously had different options for eat in, which was described as 'Ice Cream to sit in'. The next place to stop was Fort William, where we had a short visit to their (free) museum. There were some interesting displays about the commandos from WW2, who trained ...
... but thankfully restoration work is now ongoing.
Given that this started over 100 years back, it is moving at a somewhat
pedestrian pace. Master of understatement am I.
Despite all of this history in Elgin the
piece of Elgin fabric I am seeking has a more current feel to it. In the whole
scheme of things, 111 years is beyond living memory status but still fairly
recent. That is how long the noble Elgin City FC has been chasing the ball in
... coast, stopping by the beach at North Berwick. After beginning to despair about finding somewhere for the night again we found a great spot by the harbour in Dunbar where we were told we were very welcome to stay.
After a leisurely morning we continued on south along the coast and went to St Abbs Head (National Trust). Went for a great circuit walk along the cliffs to a lighthouse and then back along through farmland. We had lunch and then went on to the English border at Berwick on ...
... dead skin (from my sunburn) plasma from my blisters (again from my sunburn) and lots of pollen or grass seeds that I have brushed up against, all mixed together with the suncream to make a black sticky gunge on my arm. Mmmm yummy.. want to try a bowlful? I simply smooth it back over my fore arm as if new sun cream and smile sweetly at them... Pretty Gross.. I know but I don't give a monkeys because they haven't just cycled ...
... reaching the village at 6.30pm.
This was my longest walk so far, 26.7 miles, and in a pair of relatively new shoes my feet were complaining as evidenced by several blisters.
I was glad not to have to travel elsewhere to find a bed for the night, nor very far for an evening meal. The local restaurant was surprisingly busy.
see the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_2 418179.html
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