Croit Anna Hotel
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... divine revelation, I will send some pix.
Will try and do some blogging tomorrow and may be able to put a few pictures on Facebook. If you're not friends with me on Fb and want to be, send me a request!
Hope everyone is doing well and I will see many of you in September,
Love and blessings,
... giving us both a fright and we laughed till we cried.
We took a forest walk to a shelter looking out over the loch to where there are seals. That was cool even though they were a fair distance away. We didn't find the castle ruin we were looking for but it was a pleasant drive ending in Fort William for lunch. I drove us back.
Going a mile or so up the road for dinner tonight.
LATER....great meal at Laroch and a good walk afterwards.
... into Glencoe. They let me join in the celebration of a trek well done with wee drams of Famous Grouse for all. That's apparently a non-no in Britain which has similarly ridiculous laws about public consumption of alcohol outside of a licensed premise as the U.S., but who gives a damn! Yes, it’s true; I took a rainy day off the trail so can’t claim to have completed the West Highland Way trek, but I ...
... the Celtics take on some foreign team with gusto. The breaded haddock was nice, and big enough to share. We had some time in the evening so we walked a mile up a hill to see the beautiful snow patched Ben Nevis, in the near distance. The evening light here is bright and we wanted to walk further, but had attacks on all sides by pesky little midges, so decided to call it a night. Feeling tired, we didn't hear the cheers as the Celtics won, and enjoyed having single beds all to ...
... Charlie and the Jacobites and also Robert the Bruce. The castle overlooks the site of the famous Battle of Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce took his decisive victory over Edward II and won the Scottish right to independence in 1320. You can see a long way into the countryside from the castle including a magnificent view of the monument to William Wallace located nearby.
After that we drove to the place where we stayed, a converted castle called ...