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... because it is closing this evening for two weeks while it is refurbished The ground floor of the museum concentrates on the geology of the area plus some information on the first Highlanders from the Mesolithic Age to the Bronze Age.
The first floor of the museum covers the history of Inverness and surrounds from the Jacobites to the 20th century and was very well done. Also on this floor was an temporary exhibition of a Kinetic ...
... the castle we were entertained by a Scottish guide dressed in the traditional kilt who showed off the weapons that were used in the early battles with the English. Beautiful scenery. Sailed on to Foyers for lunch after which we climbed up through a highland track to the falls of Foyers this was a 2 hour round trip the views keep on getting better. Moored here for the night with a proposed canoe ride tomorrow morning subject to weather which so far has been ...
... with vest, coat, scarf, gloves & beanie. It was very invigorating but my poor little nose was feeling quite numb By the time I got back. That night I went to pop out for 5 min at 7.30 and my windscreen was iced up, it was 1.5degrees. Sunday however there was the most glorious sunshine and blue skies, not a sign of rain anywhere. It was -1.5 so I waited till lunch time to walk when it had warmed up to 3. The loch was like a mirror and the sun was glinting off the snow covered ...
... be left alone!?
The train arrives and we manage to get on only to be confronted, yet again, with the incredible human condition of indifference. Two young lads, about nineteen years old, tanned, handsome, sporting identical work shirts for Scottish Hydro; either side of a four-seater table, both with their feet up, one ear-phone in; just exuding I-don’t-give-a-damn-ness. The woman is begging, between little jumps of pain, for them ...
... overlooking a fertile valley and some small fresh water lochs, before the sea came in and produced the bay we see today. At the exit is a full size reproduction of a typical dwelling. This includes the half buried stone walls with all the lovely stone furniture. There are shelves and boxes made from flagstones for storing stuff, as well as bigger box like structures that form beds around the edges. The roof is supported by poles, probably whale bone, covered with hides and then with ...
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