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... We drove back to St. Margaret's Hope to catch the ferry back to mainland Scotland. Tonight we're staying where we stayed last Friday, Teuchter's B&B. Tomorrow we head west along the top of Scotland and then down the west coast. We have two days to reach the Isle of Skye, where we've booked three nights. The roads, though marked as "A" roads, are said to be narrow in places, one-lane in others, curvy in many places, and populated by cattle and sheep in others. No fast lane to be ...
... is magnificent. Had an extremely rough ferry ride back especially where the Atlantic met the North Sea. No none allowed on deck, many ill, not Bob nor I. Dozens of seals riding the waves. Terence said it was the worst crossing he had experienced! Dinner back at Wick- an extremely heavy fog in Wick. Crossed the Churchill barriers which are a series of four causeways, linking the smaller islands with the Orkney mainland. ...
... us to land at the giant international airports than for paying late arrival fees at smaller domestic airports. We're learning! The controllers were friendly as I made a couple rookie mistakes, giving a couple wrong runway transmissions and not setting the local pressure altitude after flying at QNE flight levels. Again, you live, you learn. The controllers had no other traffic, so it was no big deal, I was just a tick embarrassed. After a long day of flying, particularly with ...
... A track led from the quarry to Scrabster but the A836 was nearer, crossing open moorland. I chose the latter route which I gradually discovered necessitated the climbing of several fences and a six foot wall. I hitch-hiked back to Thurso and sat in the sun awaiting the bus.
I think this has been the best day of the walk so far.
Distance covered 25.3 miles
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... the cliffs gave way to a long beach backed by high dunes fringing the wide sweep of Sinclair's Bay. By now I was watching the time, aware of the last bus back to Wick. Where the Burn of Lyth flows across the beach I headed inland to the A99 and picked up the bus just south of the village of Keiss.
Distance covered 11 miles.
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