Muckrach Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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Sunday - We left the luxurious B & B in Distington after a delicious breakfast and headed for Scotland. Again, we travelled on the motorway most of the time due to the distance we needed to cover. Our first stop was to see Carlisle Castle and museum. A modest castle, which has been rebuilt and modified over the centuries. We didn't stop in Glasgow, but still got caught in it's traffic as we followed the ring roads. There were ...
... started as a small jam making business in 1868
run out of the back of a grocery store owned by George Baxter and his wife
turned into a sustaining and flourishing food manufacturing business that
literally serves the world and is appointed purveyor of foods to Royal Houses
around the world. Back on the road we pass through Huntly a small country town
of 4,300 that has stood at this site since the mid 1100s. Formerly called
Milton of Strathbogie, the ...
We left Edinburgh in our littleVauxall Corsa. I wondered if at the end of the long drive we would need a can opener to get Garland out of the car! After driving through Edinburgh and some of the rural roads Garland was assigned the driving which he did very well! On the way to Aviemore we stopped in the village/area where Garland's Uncle Rod was born. It was a gorgeous warm sunny day and it was so peaceful in the rural countryside.
... carved freshwater lake, lying on the Highland Boundary Fault. It is the largest stretch of water in Great Britain. It was the inspiration for the folk song "Ye'll take the high road, and I’ll take the low road, and I’ll be in Scotland afore ye…" Back on the bus, I was left a little twig of Heather, the colorful dark pinkish bush that grows throughout this area, and turns the hillsides a beautiful color during this time of the ...
... down over the loch. There's hardly any traffic on this side and the only motor cars one can hear are on the other side but not many. There's much birdsong and a variety at that. Peaceful is the word!
Before turning in we made the most of the last light, taking a walk to the Falls of Foyers which is just a short distance away down to the road below and across the road. There's a good path down to a viewing spot to see the 'Upper' Falls with another ...