The Harrow Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one out of the forty or fifty spotted asleep on a rock, and we brought its head home to England as a trophy.
Afterward, my crew and I explored a bay and river area, but failed to find anything notable. I made the decision to then pursue Willoughby Land, traveling back in the direction in which we came.
The next month or so was miserable. Rough waters and stormy weather made traveling extremely difficult, and my crew, tired and homesick, began to rebel ...
... of visitors. There were perches along the fence line and the birds flew surprisingly close to us! All of them landed within a couple feet of us. Such beautiful birds! It's amazing that people have found a way to harness these animals and get them to perform on command.
We next visited the hedge maze and were surprised to find it was more challenging than expected. It took us a few tries before ...
... what will happen when I am out there. All the while my money is lasting, I intend to enjoy myself, and make the most of this amazing opportunity.
I don't profess to be a brilliant blogger, or writer, but I hope you enjoy reading about mine and Lily's travels, our ups and downs, and all the people we are going to meet!
Now, I'm sure all these blogs have a witty sign off line, but for now, thats all folks :)
We drove 342 miles yesterday and just over 100 miles today. We came through some spectacular scenery on the A82 and A87. We were the only car going in our direction for miles. We skirted several lochs and their beauty was breath-taking. The road was very winding and afforded us amazing views of the surrounding mountains which were still tipped with snow! We reached the Kyle of Lochalsh and after topping up with diesel we drove over ...
... that was delicious! Claudia was thrilled to see an old Aga stove in the kitchen, something she had only read about in English novels, as we don't have them in Canada.
After lunch we sat at the dining room table and looked through the file that she had collected on our family. Much of it we already had as it came from people we were already in contact with. We learned from her that the Baptist Church meeting hall on the corner ...