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... and marvelling at the beauty we could not take enough pictures of, I realized that pictures would never do the landscape justice. There is magic in this place that could never be captured on film (try as I might). It would be like showing you a raindrop and asking you to imagine the ocean. That being said, iF I am hit at some ...
... 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.
... for rock bands including Journey. They promised me there was a lot of good beer in Fort William to look forward to as we were trodding along. Sure enough, I ran into them on the High Street in Fort William and we went for a few pints and dinner together. Some of the pleasant memories have from the several treks I’ve done so far are of the nice people with similar interests and shared experiences I met along the ...
... Thoughts of spending two solid hours cooped up with a bored, screaming toddler ran through my mind, but it was ok the little girl was mostly preoccupied with being fed by her mother.
The views from the window were spectacular, so much so that we spent most of the time just looking at the peaks and lochs - all lush and green. I decided to enjoy the experience and take photos on the return journey instead.
The first and only stop came at Glenfinnan, a relatively pretty ...
... with it.
The next day we set off for Fort William. Our first stop was Loch Katrine where we took a boat ride of the loch. It was super foggy and consequently felt super Scottish. We even had some drinks, a "rob roy" which was coffee plus a “wee dram” of whisky. Note, a “wee dram” is a unit of measurement meaning “a shitload of whisky”. At least we got a bit warmer. We drove on through the magnificent Glen Coe and ...