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... a prison in the 1600s. Reached Ullapool, where we had lunch in the ferry car park. There are regular ferries to the Orkney Islands - next time. We reached Corrieshalloch Gorge (Ugly Hollow) a canyon 18 metres wide and 61 metres deep, where the Measach Falls tumble 46 metres down the gorge and the Victorian Suspension Bridge built in 1867 wobbles as you cross it! Then ...
... Olive and Harry, who you met in the Glasgow entry provided more interesting info about the models used for the Kelpies, thanks to their daughter Heather -
"Heather wanted me to tell you about the 'models'. The one with head down is Baron - now retired and with arthritis. The other is Duke. They are owned by Glasgow City Council and are kept in Pollock Park. Every 6 weeks, they can be ...
The Rose B&B , Lochinver. Weather overcast, occasional sun, occasional shower Up at 4:45am to catch the 6:30am ferry from Stromness, a 30 minute drive from Kirkwall. Had breakfast on the ferry. A bit rough but not too bad, the trip took one hour 45 minutes due to the rough. Drove the coast road along the north west area of Scotland from Thurso via Tongue, Durness, Scourie and Kylesku and around the coast to Lochinver. A lot ...
30 July Wednesday Checked out and went on a wildlife cruise for a couple of hours from Portree. A cold day and very windy and cold out on the water. A great trip though. We saw a minke whale which came up a number of times, a seal, various birds including a white tailed sea eagle. They threw fish off the boat and the eagle came down from a high cliff and picked it up from the the water and it took it to a rock near sea level. It was the female eagle, 19 years old whose ...
... sea and land, darkness and light"
On disembarking from the ferry we said a fond goodbye to our time on the islands and set forth on the next leg of our journey. Due to advice we had been given back in Edinburgh, and with this further enhanced by others, we headed west along the coastline to Durness.
The word for today was "wow" because every bend in the road brought another magnificent view into our perspective and ...