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Yesterday was a day of ferries and islands. The weather was sunny, with clouds to add interest to every picture, and warm, about 14. The wind picked up in the afternoon and was invigorating. When we were getting on the small ferry from Iona back to Mull, the combination of rising tide and strong wind meant we had to hop onto the ferry ramp between wave swells, as we would have had very wet feet otherwise. ...
It was a beautiful morning as the sun streamed in while we ate breakfast overlooking Seil Sound.
Sue gave me a lift the short distance to the turn off to Ardmaddy where Day 89's route ended. The forecast for the morning was good with cloud building and some rain in the afternoon.
I set off along a minor road through the Ardmaddy Estate - I've never seen so many pheasants. Past Ardmaddy castle I was on the ...
... which took us 1 km into the mountain and then we got to see the tunnels and the turbine room with the tops of the turbines showing. The tour only lasted about half an hour. When we got back we looked at the exhibit and I bought some turtles for my Wild Wyoming Women friends.
Our next stop was the Loch Awe Hotel. In 1971 my whole family went to England for my grandmother's 80th birthday. The first night we stayed at the Loch ...
After a good blow (50mph gusts) at Ashburton last night, we awoke bleary eyed but excited. After picking up lumps of trees which arrived on our drive last night, we did last minute repairs to automatic window vents ( how did we ever becomes the owners of 11 automatic window vents?) Then last walks with Daisy dog and we were off! It has only been a year of planning to get this ...
... sssh, don't tell anyone). The tour ended with a quick whiskey taster, which was OK but not inspiring enough to get us to buy any bottles from the shop. A spot of lunch at Broadford came after that, looking out across the loch, and then on down to Armadale to catch the ferry back to Mallaig (we hadn't originally planned to use the ferry, but it was too good an opportunity to miss). It was quite choppy during the 25 minute crossing and we returned to a ...