Overscaig House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Last day of the trip, and no let up in the mountain weather. The group led by the 'little house' survived yesterday's whiteout on the high tops, but we have definitely turned into fair weather mountaineers, so Jude, Martin and Lesley drove up to Ullapool, which was more sheltered and with some sunshine. Had a pleasant walk up through the forest and onto the moors with fine views over Loch Broom, and the surrounding ...
... too. After the walk we drove on down to Ullapool to the campsite in town by Loch Broom. The views are stunning.
The forecast for Thursday showed the best day so far so despite being pretty tired we decided to do another walk. We were last in the area in May 1998 and had done 2 of the 3 Munros, so Chris wanted to do the missing one. I opted for the easier ...
... A quick sound check with Daniel identified which songs we need to work on. Mess, food. Burger, ketchup! Heavenly, done. Room 133 was then turned into a personal rehearsal room for a few hours. We then donned our 30/40's make up and hair and not forgetting two of Aunty Anne's vintage dresses from the shop. We looked the part. Well we sang our hearts out even if the ...
... miles. We have christened such days as LJGT days..."Lets Just Get There" days. There are other descriptions but they are not for this blog!
As a consequence no great pictures. Lairg claims itself to be the gateway to the North, but that's about it.
We have again found a great place to stay... Carnbren B&B run by Chris, who is delightful and very helpful. She has also travelled the world so she and Rob have been swapping S.America stories.
My highlight ...
... Pat has a girl in every farm, as we see the little red vans parked EVERYWHERE, with no postie in sight) don’t give a damn and just plough on through and around you wherever you happen to have frozen in fear, leaving you a jibbering wreck. Naturally the tourists get so frightened by this that they quickly learn (adapt or die) to get into a passing place and stay there until danger is past, so you find yourself cowering in a little sanctuary while a ...