Falls Of Lora
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... if issue that so many old churches have to contend with. Of course it has to be done and it's a heritage listed building and it's a city icon but the scaffolding alone will cost £35,000 even before the 'artisans' get to work. The reality is that one problem uncovers another and so it is here. The type of busking is appropriate don't you think? Hope you enjoy the ...
This morning we had to leave even earlier than usual to get to the ferry in time to take us back to the mainland. By catching the ferry instead of driving to the bridge we saved a lot of time and meant we could see more during the day. Our first stop was another Harry potter reference, the place where dobby dies in the movie. It's just a small beach but was a cute little area. From there we drove along the 'road to the isles' which was stunning scenery! As we drove ...
... my final goal for Scotland-pictures of the Highland Cows and an added value with some refreshments at Fyne Ales brewery. We got to our last stop- the Falkirk Wheel before sunset but after they had finished operating so we didn't get to see any boats heading straight into the air to the canal above. It was still a pretty impressive site to see how they had constructed the whole system.
Off to our final country? Denmark
... scenery but I had to put the camera away or I would have taken thousands of photos and still not do the scenery justice.
We stopped in at Fort William for lunch which was a mistake in hindsight. It's a busy town and the food was very average in the cafe where we ate. We were back on the road after a stretch of our legs and on to Connel. We passed a couple of signposts to Bonawe which was ...
... larch, spruce, rowan and birch to come into leaf. We've walked in t-shirts, and we've also walked in Icebreaker layers and gortex outers. We've met some extraordinarily dedicated ecologists who've brought back a truly magnificent bird from the brink of global extinction. And we've seen and tried to comprehend some very complex landforms and rock types. We could have spent much longer, but the tasting of Mull has been great. Be sure to put it on your Bucket list.