Udny Arms Hotel
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... Aberdeen and came across a community garden block. Terrence Windle, next project for you and photo attached. This block would have been a couple of acres and so many individual garden plots, some nicely tended to and some not so!!
Had the first NZ phone call at 4.30am this morning, thanks Sandy!!
Staying in the 10th hole tonight (Room 10 at The Cults Hotel)
Not much to report today, Inverness tomorrow xx
... place was a dive! Only time I havent checked trip advisor and there were no good comments! Cancelled that room and now got a bed that we can sleep in and friendly staff!!
Not such a good day today! lol Planning our accom for Inverness tomorrow and tha't's proving to be difficult as well. Note to oneself - do not travel in summer school holidays wth no bookings ...
... grass, through some water... A balancing act on rocks to avoid falling into the water. We slightly reach higher grounds and small waterfalls appear. Clouds cover the tops of the mountains again. The views are amazing though. I always think everything has its charm, so does rain. So after that moist walk we decide to head over to the Talisker Distillery in the nearby area. Time to start comparing some whisky. We really liked Oban... ...
We started our week in Dornoch and it included more golf for Ron at Royal Dornoch (with Adrian Baggott); a distillery tour of Glenmorangie; more golf for Ron at Brora (with Liz); and a fairly long walk with Kara (oxfam trailwalk training)....she did two circuits of the walk between Golspie and Brora and back again. I joined her for the first 35km/8 hours, while Ron was playing golf, and then he took over for the next 10km. Kara and I ...
Mary kindly gave me a lift back to Newburgh on a frosty morning with hazy sunshine. This meant that I was on the road before 9am. My target was to reach Peterhead in time to catch the 1615 bus to Aberdeen and get back to Edinburgh before it got too late.
Day 19 contrasted with Day 18 in several ways. The wind was behind me most of the time. The shoreline mainly consisted of high cliffs with some long ...