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We took the turn off, not knowing exactly where we were going. Now one of the major benefits of doing such an extended trip, is having the freedom to change our plans easily, as we are not having to keep to a strict deadline, as we normally do when trying to cram in as much as possible on a four week holiday. We are so glad we turned off as we soon found ourselves crossing a 4km tidal causeway which had numerous ...
... was presented on the walls (the English story on the left and the Jacobite/Scottish/Bonnie Prince Charles story on the right). After 3 hallways, the story concluded in a “day of” scenario battle scene played out on a 10’x6’ floor digital screen. Truly awesome! There was a historian that dressed up the kids in period dress, both English and Scottish sides and talked about the battle, the people and weapons. The Jacobites lost. ...
... at the time we are in Asia, so waterproofing our kit is very important. Deciding on what footwear to take is still in discussion. We took advice on boots and decided that they would need to be the best of the best. Tiso again were brilliant and even let me change my boots after 2 months trial as I wasn't happy and they weren't that comfortable.
Thanks again to Tiso in Edinburgh.
Our rucksacks were fitted for us by a ...
... wonderful twisty roads around this area why the hell would I want to go on a boring motorway???
I set the GPS for a different route but decide to get to this route I need to head a few miles South on the M6 to the next turn off!!! This was a big mistake and as soon as I join the M6 I notice every vehicle is at a complete standstill!!!
Over to the right and I make my way through the thousands of standing vehicles. What I must remember is that I have my pannier boxes ...
... no random lochs here) and the trees are sparse. The colours begin to remind me of Calgary and the badlands of Alberta - lots of shrubs, grass and brown, brown, brown.
I fall in and out of catnaps as the afternoon lengthens - and we draw close to Shotts once more.
(NOTE: Pictures to come)