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5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
Our luxury bed n breakfast accommodation is a beautiful home set on 3 acres in the Great Glen over looking Loch Linnhe , just 10 miles north from Fort William off the Inverness road.The mountains rise high behind and before us, the scenery is spectacular.Access to Ben Nevis ( Britain's highest mountain) by mountain gondola is just about 5 minutes down the road.We visited the seaside town of ...
... stayed with family. Thoroughly recommend a stay there at any time, with lots of good walks around the village to tempt a longer stay.
Today's drive over the highland peat plains of Raddock Moor past Clach Leachad (1097 metres) and Bidean Nam Brian (1148 metres) was spectacular. The weight of the last Ice Age sits heavily on the moors and surrounding fells. The valleys are unmistakedly glaciated, with grassed moraines providing patterned relief across the valley ...
... the most glorious woods, with trees apparently bonsaied especially in order to provide exquisite frames for the wonderful misty mountain vistas, mossy stones, wildflowers.... And so one slogs up the mountainside, thinking, well, at least we know it's only about a kilometre, and then we get to this meadow and can turn around and come back.
But then... then! One bursts out of the gorge and the trees and into the most wonderful, wide ...
... was Mrs McFadyen and her son Sandy McFadyen had died when quite young. So the McFadyen name was obviously present in this part of Mull too.
It was hard to choose where to go. Starvation point where the elderly and infirm were said to be sent to die in the clearances beckoned, but I decided to do something more positive and walked across the island to where I could see the south coast, diverting to the local church along the way. Surprisingly it was open and ...