Kilcamb Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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... Must have caught a bug! Drove slowly north. Stopped & had a look at Urquhart Castle ruins from the car park. Lots of tourists again. Stopped at Beauly & checked out the gift shop & Beauly Priory Ruins. Continued through to Inverness which was very busy. Held up at a canal whilst a few boats sailed through. Arrived in Dingwall. Went to Tulloch Castle for accommodation but the Italians won! Was told to continue to Strathpeffer as there ...
... to be my school uniform next year!!!!!!! Oh well can't do anything about it. Ashleigh giggles
the seas gulls here mustn't be fed chips as we had lunch in peace today. Not much livestock today due to the rugged teraine but will see more tomorrow on the way back to Glasgow. Short detour to pick up our hire car and then make our way to Inverness. Long story!!!! The ...
... Loch Lomond, it's easy to imagine how it would call someone home, what a beautiful place! Next we passed through the dramatic "Rest & Be Thankful" glen, the scenery changes in no time! We spent a couple of hours at Inverary Castle, ancestral home to the Duke of Argyll and, more recently, Downton Abbey's spectacular Scottish setting. Next, on to Scotland's longest lake, Loch Awe. We were able to stop ...
... of Scotland. Maybe at a pinch. From there we drove on down into Fort William. Fort William didn't really impress at all, laid on for the tourist but was tired in a way. Not the greatest so we looked at the map and decided to head to Oban (yes Stewart Island name sake I guess). We were really enjoying the Argyll scenic route to Oban when we came upon a long line of traffic just sitting there. After a while and ...
... various foibles and possibly failures, or interesting and productive ordinary lives, are almost invisible.
I now want to find Altgowrie Villa, Salen, mentioned on both Jessie and her mother’s headstones. It might still exist. it sounds substantial. I think I have a house name for Jeanne too, again near Salen.
Later: Altgowrie found. I asked at the hotel when I went for tea and it brought immediate response from some customers. They said ...