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The weather forecast for Friday was not good - the morning promised very high winds and by two o’clock in the afternoon rain was forecast - so we decided to do our planned “outside” tourist attraction first and visit the inside attraction after that.
We drove down the side of Loch Ness to the site of Urquhart Castle, the castle ruins that frequently appear in documentaries about the Loch Ness Monster. Before we left the visitor centre we watched ...
epic walk today. clocked in around 10 miles as we opted out the first three and a half of straight pavement. no thanks.
up the mountain (may actually be a hill but I'll refer to what it feels like) to see the falls of Acharn which really weren't falling due to low water levels. got caught in a brief rain shower but overall a pretty dry day of walking.
... compared to what we had encountered in the first two weeks. In addition there were so many other walkers, all going north to finish the Way. Various nationalities in particular Germans. Our day started to turn when we came to an information board, marking the halfway point between Fort William and Kinlochleven. According to our book... this should have been at 7 miles. The board noted we were at 7.5 miles and my GPS marked 7.75. Fine margins I ...
... have short legs? I get to one, step over another, Patrick is waiting for me on a big bolder in the middle, grabs my hand and hauls me across and we're both on the same rock, obviously he has to go ahead which entails stepping onto a rock the size of a head of cabbage and leaping over to another, then getting to shore. Well, I step over to the cabbage shaped rock and since I'm trying to keep my center of gravity lower than usual I kinda, sorta squat down ...
... village that had sprouted behind the hotel, also occupied by the kids from Dresden. It feels like home.
I travelled 19 miles today, a distance facilitated by the presence of a fine old military road dated to the mid 1700s. The irony is that it was this road, and others like it, that helped put an end to traditional Highland life and culture, that today brought on ankle pain so severe I wasn’t sure I could continue the trek, and that leads ...