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I have had discussions with many of you about the next part of the walk. Some of these were prefaced by "what are you going to do when you get to Knoydart?" As I ticked off the iconic areas of Torridon and Applecross I began to wonder, what am I going to do when I get to Knoydart?
Knoydart is traditionally known as naGarbh-Chriochan or "the …
... if issue that so many old churches have to contend with. Of course it has to be done and it's a heritage listed building and it's a city icon but the scaffolding alone will cost £35,000 even before the 'artisans' get to work. The reality is that one problem uncovers another and so it is here. The type of busking is appropriate don't you think? Hope you enjoy the ...
We were out the for at 8:30am again this morning heading for the isle of Skye! Our first stop of the day was Loch Garry. It was a really clear morning but when we got to the loch it was completely covered in thick mist! It was like nothing I'd ever seen before. Alan told us it as because the loch is very cold so when the surface of the water touches the warmer outside air it creates the mist. We got some really nice photos then back on the bus. We had ...
... for those spoons and by the end there had been injuries, someone doing a Beyoncé dance on a table and a pint of cider flying off the table! It was body on the line material! So much fun! We also played the one word game and our story ended up being about a troll, a monster and a transvestite. There was an anus replacement in there somewhere and electrocution through balls......wtf?!?! Had us in hysterics for ages! By the time we went to bed we all desperately needed a ...
Up early after a windy, restless night, we were away early knowing that we had between 24 and 26 miles ahead of us to reach the Youth Hostel in Glen Affric. Two miles down the glen we met Jane Hornsby and her husband. "So what?" you ask? The significance is that Jane is walking from Lands End to JOG in aid of the Oxford Playhouse. She was being accompanied by her husband through this last wilderness stage from Fort William. We immediately started swapping notes but ...