Lodge on Loch Lomond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of my favorite athletic events since I used to work out with weights a lot and went to one gym in Colorado for a while where some dudes who participated in strength athletics competitions trained. They were trying to get me to join in, but I was already over 40 by then and didn’t think pushing myself to lift the heaviest thing I possibly could rather than more standard weightlifting would be smart at my age. The beefy boys in Luss, though, invited members ...
... very good and unexpectedly helpful.
We checked out of the hotel and made it to the ferry terminal in plenty of time, but we weren't first in line this time. We spent the time on the ferry mostly reading and a little bit of watching the scenery go by. There were no unruly children on this ride.
Getting off the ferry at Kennacraig, we retraced some of Wednesday's route up as far ...
... in coloured kilts and velvet jackets, and all with identical hairstyles. The tension as they line up for their 5 minutes on stage is palpable, but when their turn comes each one appears amazingly capable and controlled, even in the under-4 events.
Dotted around the far edge with their backs to the field, entrants to the solo piping competition are practising quietly before being summoned to a dais where they are required to play ...
... village, it has been on many TV shows and movies. Our B&B is excellent, our host Jane is talkative, but leaves you to yourself. There is a nice little guest lounge. We went for a walk around, it is very picturesque, but busy with bus loads of tourists. We'll get some photos one evening. Had a lovely meal at the Luss Village Rest. I had haggis for the first time, it won't be the last! I also finally contacted my mum's cousins, we'll see them over the next few ...
... 19th century. Originally it was known as Clachan Dru (the dark village) because it lay in the shadow of the surrounding hills. We take the longest of the four walks around the village which takes in the village, the church with ancient graveyard, the river, the slate quarry and the surrounding woodland. The church is very pretty and the churchyard includes two headstones from 7th ...