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... early and try to drive all the way down to Penrith (on the edge of the Lakes District). It was a long day, but we made it driving past Loch Ness, through the Highlands, out of Scotland and well back into England. We drove through a bit of the Lakes District the next day, but because of a blocked road we had to turn away and detour out. We stopped in Skipton for lunch were we took a walk in the woods to find some geocaches. We continued onto Sheffield, staying at ...
... by snow and back again within the space of 5-10mins. There were quite a few fallen trees here, some with their roots sticking out like gnarly wooden tentacles and others ripping up huge chunks of earth with them, leaving the snowmelt to pool where they used to stand. Then we went for a nice long drive around the outside of Loch Ness. We tried as best as we could to spot her, but unfortunately she didn't mKe an appearance for us, meaning we didn't ...
... omelette. Now readers this is where **** started to get weird. Out came the special flied lice smothered in roast pork and gravy, I **** you not ******* roast pork and gravy on the flied lice. Oh well this must be a Scottish take on the dish. Then the prawn omelette finally come out sitting on top of about 5 kilos of chips and peas. Now I love peas and chips, ahh **** it lets just eat up. After that we headed back to the Inn and having a quite night prior to the drive to Glasgow ...
... over a Guinness from a local. Managed to locate & get a room but getting a park was another story! Several drives around several blocks, managed to jag a park & carried out a Mr Bean parking impersonation! The dilemma was worth it as we scored a brand new room. One cannot judge a book by it's cover or a motel by it's fašade! ...
... having been in contact with every part of that beautiful country with you.
After a quick breather, we continue onwards and upwards, under the cover of huge chestnut trees, and surrounded on either side of the path by beautiful ferns and Tolkein-esque moss-covered stones.
Before too long we broke free of the cover of the greenery and after a quick hike up a steep path, we had reached the summit. It was quite breathtaking; fields, farmhouses and ...