Loch Awe Hotel
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... well (and much bigger than I expected) it reminded me of Lake George back home and didn't have the same impact that it did for others. Regardless, it was beautiful and a lot of fun to explore a different part of Scotland!
Today is the equinox and the first day of autumn, although as I write the sun is still shining and the outdoor thermometer is showing 18⁰C, so it is hard to feel that the summer really is over. And what a summer it has been! Long, warm, sunny days; old friends dropping in for a few days on the back of other trips and others coming for a proper holiday; big birthday celebrations; theatre and gallery outings; major national events; walks with neighbours. ...
... We'll we didn't miss it & we got on the right one so all in all. Very successful! The trip up was very pretty. Lots of lochs. We walked down to the town & I had fish & chips -the pensioner special and I still couldn't eat it all. Off to Iona ...
... a Birds of Prey park which were both very good. We then visited the Highland Games. These are hard to describe if one has never seen one but we watched tossing the caber, throwing the hammer, throwing the weight, cycling, running, wrestling, tug of war, Highland dancing - the running and cycling had males and females of different ages,oldest runner was 67 the youngest about 6 and they were handicapped based on prior performances. The running and biking was on a grass ...
... we headed down to the village of Kilmartin to see some of the oldest standing stones in Scotland. While here, the kids (including Rich) found some locals to scrimmage in soccer. The stones are right in the middle of fields and it was a quick hike around to see the stones and an ancient burial chamber buried into one of the hills.
We had one more great dinner and got ready to head out to Skye the next ...