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... The castle was destroyed in the 18th century but restored in the early 20th century by a member of the MacRae family, who owned. The granddaughter of this couple still owns the castle. There were no plans or historical documents of the original castle, but McRae had a vision of what it should look like. Later, historical documents were found confirming that in all essential details, the restoration ...
When I was in Gairloch for the first time back in April I was introduced to the delights of 2 Lochs Radio by Jeremy Fenton and Roger Wightman. The two lochs in question are Loch Ewe and Loch Gairloch. Earlier in the week Jeremy had been in the studio recording an item for broadcast. He mentioned my visit and it was suggested that I might be interviewed during one of their shows. Friday would not be possible because I had to leave early so ...
... stepped back into the pub for some ale and ceilidh music. Unfortunately, the ale mixed with the haggis deep in my innards and formed a large cube of Scottish cement. Wasn't feeling very awesome. We left after 10pm, and it was just dusk. This crazy light is pretty cool...but it's really hard to feel like it's ever really bedtime.
Speaking of bedtime, I'm hoping for a "just right" bed, since, a la Goldilocks, I've had the ...
Saturday morning we headed up to the Scottish highlands, following Graeme's Dad & Eileen. The drive was long but we stopped at a couple of places along the way. We stopped at a pub for lunch near Glencoe. Glencoe is the beginning of the Scottish highlands & is known for the Campbell's coming from the low land & being housed & fed by the MacDonalds (the clan of the highland), after a couple of days ...
... butter as well as fresh fruit while we traveled. Our rolling picnic ended when we reached Talisker and Laurie was quite excited! We ran into our friend Neal from Alaska again as he was finishing his tour when we arrived.
I was surprised with the operation. After touring Jack Daniels in Tennessee, the Talisker Distillery was in comparison quite small. The process was quite interesting though ...