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The trip up the mountain section was glorious with a lengthy section where the snow was falling gently. We had to travel slowly - the landscape was superb. The snow finally turned to rain and then cleared to have ray's of sunshine bathing the Skye Bridge. What a welcome! We spend a night in Portree in a dinky little B&B - all lace and ruffles. In the morning we wake to find everything covered in snow. Last minute shopping and we wend our way via Dunvegan to 6 Fasach ...
... There was even someone swimming!! -We decided not to head to the black beach as we didn't really know where it was and we still had a long drive ahead -Drove to Fort William with a brief toilet stop in Broadford. We cancelled our original accomodation in Broadford. Evening -Checked in at Fort William backpackers and found Susie there after her ski day. -Went to the Crofter pub for £1 dinner, I had chicken fajita, and we had a couple of ...
... our fitness is returning to us at last! As the rain clouds closed in we decided to stop for lunch, and pulled out our bright orange storm shelter, which even has windows so we could enjoy the view, keep warm and more importantly dry. We had been wearing our waterproof trousers, but as it stopped raining and we reached a wee beach we stopped for a rest and took the over trousers off. They may have been waterproof, but ...
... had a piper! I got out to speak to him for a little while, and asked if I could photograph him. I put two pounds in his box, and he started playing! When someone else tried to take photos, he turned away from them! Fair enough, that's how he earns his income. Having a bit off time before we could check in, we drove through Glencoe and found the woods where Mum's colleague Sue has a (very) small plot of land. After a climb up a fairly steep track, ...
... to Duart Castle, the ancestral home of the McLean clan. This on the tip of Mull and in its hey day would have controlled passage up Loch Linnhe to the Great Glen. The castle had fallen into ruin following the Jacobite rebellion - Bonnie Prince Charlie and all that, but was restored in 1911by Sir Fitzroy Donald Maclean, the 26th Chief of the Clan MacLean. We found it very interesting to look around as everything was very well presented. Although we could have spent a ...