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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... we'd been expecting since we left the canal a week ago. John O'Groats was completely socked in so we went a few miles further to our B&B for the evening, near the ferry terminal. Stepping out of the car was a quick reminder that we were back to jackets and sweaters after a few days of wandering around in short-sleeved shirts. A note about driving in Scotland. I'm certain there must be an organization, possibly called something like the ...
... dinner ended up being rather early because that was the only time they had other than 9pm so we took the 5:30 slot so we could be back at the caravan park at a reasonable hour. We ordered the seafood platter, which was massive and amazing! We spent the next day driving around the main point of the Island. We saw The Old Man Storr, which is a rock formation. We saw a few waterfalls as well and stopped in at a little town for a coffee and to pick up some bread so we could have ...
... and people we are staying with over the next 62 days are the same we will be lucky indeed.
Our highlight today was walking across the Moss of Killimster. Our guide opens this chapter with the following
"Crossing the Moss of Killimster is difficult."
Such understatement! He continues
"The recommended approach is to cross the stream with a flying leap."
"This is a mass of reeds and yellow flag- pretty ...
... and 95 cars.
The blog will be down for maintenance the 13th-14th so those days adventures may be a bit slower in coming.
This was a day for going to Church at St. Magnus Cathedral, for sightseeing around the ...
... pie from Jaimisons bakers. We checked the route ahead and decided to include Dunnet Head, the most northerly point on the mainland. This would ensure out trip totalled more that 1000 miles. So on through Dunnet then a left turn. Now we knew there was a wind. As the road wound its way northwest we were climbing into the wind. We were now getting a taste of what that poor couple we passed earlier were going through. I felt for them, it must have been hell. We ...