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... word means 'isthmus' in Gaelic, and multiple Tarbets, Tarbats and Tarberts are scattered across the Highlands and Islands. This particular one is on fresh water but less than 2 km from the nearest sea loch - the Vikings just needed to carry their boats across to raid what the inhabitants might mistakenly have believed to be sheltered inland locations.
At the tourist information office there is a queue for tickets, so we pass some time browsing the brochures and ...
... was Rob and my first day of walking with company so we started with a few wind ups of Duffy. He took it all in good humour though must have been bored of our comments about how easy the Highland Way is. Again in parts it was a motorway but got more interesting in the last 7 miles as we negotiated the side of Loch Lomond. To be honest Rob and I are hardly complaining at the easier terrain! Feet are positively rejoicing! The morning ...
There were some cool parts. I was mostly complaining and maybe borderline lying. Glasgow was just one place that I honestly could have done without. I would have rather gone on a one-day loch tour or stayed in Edinburgh for an extra day.
I unfortunately also started to get sick on this trip so my thoughts and memories are more than a little colored by this. Everyone in our flat is now starting to get sick. We all have absolutely no defenses against even the common ...
... informed us he misplaced us with a bunch of prepubescent pre-teens on a high-school trip.
Nice one. The teachers were ******.
But let's let bygones be bygones - touring Glasgow tomorrow!
p.s. actually have to pay for wi-fi - only real setback to this place.
... hundred feet through stands of native oak and birch and non-native spruce, fir, and larch with understory of holly and rhododendrons (which they're trying to get rid of because it's non-native.) We recognize many plants from our Northwest landscape and gardens--especially delightful pale primroses growing freely, as well as delicate wild violets and tiny white shamrocks. Water, cascading from the ...