East Haugh House
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Up early as due to play at Dufftown. Weather very poor and no one could contact the club as it was on an answer machine. Headed off and on the way discovered the course was closed!!! Hey oh, we headed there anyway so that we could decide what to do.. S contacted Kingussie and they confirmed that their course was open and they had tee off times starting at 12.
We drove down the Dee valley, into the mountains and towards the source of the river to Braemar. We went past mum's old high school in Aboyne and Balmoral castle where the Queen stays in Scotland. It was cold and drizzly as we drove into Braemar. I could see Braemar castle across the river. There were lots of people wearing kilts and playing bagpipes. We walked through the village following ...
After breakfast this morning we went for a cycle along the Ness river in Inverness - there was a cycling tour in town and it reminded us of "The Big Rides" back home, seeing all the cyclists meeting up then heading out of town.
After checking out of our hotel we headed for the Malt whisky trail, stopping at the Glenfidditch distillery in Dufftown where we went on a free 1 hr tour of the distillery ending with tasting of 12 yr old, ...
... to make it to the top and spent some time overlooking the villages and Derwentwater (and getting our breath back). Going down, obviously, was easier but challenging as well. On returning by launch, we headed for this great pie shop and enjoyed our very late lunch.
We really enjoyed our time in this area of the lakes district.
The next day we headed down the motorway on our way to London for our 4 week stay.
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Robyn and Ross
We have spent our last few days exploring around Drumnadrochit and Pitlochry, plus the Isle of Skye.
We left Fort William on Sunday and headed in the general direction of Skye. For those that don't know, Skye is an island in the west of Scotland which historically was very strongly Gaelic and Norwegian (Scottish historians correct me if I am wrong!). Our first stop on the way was the Eileen Donna castle which is perched on a rocky outcrop. It was blown ...