Glenfinnan House Hotel
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... out, a heck of a lot of deer had come down and were all over the mountains beside us! Before the castle I swear we saw every single one of Bambi's extended Scottish family! There were a lot of impressive stags too with antlers that will soon be very sought after by hunters. As we approached Skye the sky was suddenly quite blue for a while! There was even a rainbow as we drove onto the island! We had really good fish and chips for lunch in a little town ...
Sitting here in the hotel lobby free WIFI hotspot in Fort William after a lovely train trip yesterday then a little bit if a disaster- but more of that in the next blog. Here's a bit of catch up. On Saturday Wendy, Charlie and I walked from their home up to some local woods adjacent to the new hospital which conveniently had a Starbucks which even more conveniently ...
... the remaining girls, vowing to return soon. Years went by, and still the couple did not come back. The chief, fearing for his daughters' fading beauty, went to a witch and asked her help. She said that she could make his daughters beautiful forever! She then turned them into mountains. Beautiful mountains, to preserve them until the 5 brothers arrived. They are still mountains, which means that the brothers never did show, but legend has it, that if decedents ...
HVM thought that the monument at Glenfinnan commemorating the spot where Bonnie Prince Charlie furled his banner in 1745 needed a bit of looking after [ISA 6.4]. Well he'd be pleased to see that these days the National Trust for Scotland have taken it under their ...
... mountain in the UK: Ben Nevis. As they would say in Seattle, the mountain was not 'out' today. We could see the base, but that's about all.
We pushed on to Glenfinnan, which has a monument to those who supported the Jacobite cause. This is the sight where Bonnie Prince Charlie planted his standard and gathered his supporters to begin his drive for the crown. It is a beautiful spot on lovely Loch Shiel. You can climb up the circular stairs ...