De Vere Cameron House
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A few hundred meters along the road is the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which has a farm shop as well as the original Loch Fyne restaurant; there is also a tree nursery and garden centre. I contemplate buying a mulberry tree, but a tree like a puppy is for life - must check first whether it would actually survive here. Two cheerful girls are busy painting the wooden walls of the building. Some small brown birds - finches maybe? - also look very busy ...
... catching up with all our news and lots of reminiscing about earlier days and escapades.
Grant had planned to slip away quietly - say his goodbyes at George and Lorna's, return his hire car and check in. But George was having none of that - we farewelled them when they were in Australia last Easter so they were farewelling Grant. As they were saying their goodbyes, there were apparently a couple of entertainers there who ...
... and working out how to use a walking pole and love, love, loving the highland vista. The magnificent Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond with snow, and the highlands stretching away forever.
Did I say I was meandering? A bunch of walkers just sat down next to me -they have done my last two day in one and are heading to Rowadenna after a quick pint! In effect my first three days in one. I was a bit surprised to discover it took my nearly 4 hours to walk ...
There are no photos, there is nothing say, but we all safely negotiated our way around Glasgow! The best planning in the world didn't stop one of us ending up on the M74 and the others cycling past Celtic football ground about 20 mins before kick off, oh the joys ...the rest rest we will leave to your imagination. Then we found the Cycle path ...
... and he confiscated his lands and cattle.
Rob then rented land in Glen Dochart from his mother’s cousin John Campbell, the Earl of Breadalbane, (who earlier in 1703 had been made the 2nd Duke of Argyle’) a political enemy of Montrose. Argyle, who we assume knew that Rob was a Jacobite sympathiser, was prepared to turn a blind eye as Rob wreaked his revenge on Montrose by raiding his lands. Montrose however did manage ...