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... Glen Way at its starting point. This was the most interesting part of the walk - along the Caledonian canal and then down along the seafront and over the river Lochy.
I had hoped I might be in time to get the 1700 bus to Glasgow but by the time I reached Corpach that possibility was fading. After three days walking on tarmac in wet shoes my feet were suffering a bit so I wasn't in a position to up the pace.
My end point was Fort William bus ...
The forecast for the day was not good: light rain in the morning, heavier in the afternoon. As I prepared to leave Pat's house to drive back to Kilmalieu it alternated between the two. I reached my start point by 0945. Susan would collect the car later.
The day's walk would take me all the way up Loch Linnhe walking on tarmac throughout. I was on a single track road at first but at 4 miles joined the A861 which led to the Corran Ferry and was a ...
... for a UK SIM card for my phone, and then to the M & S food hall for provisions for breakfast and some lovely cheese and a packet of seaweed water biscuits from Stornoway to snack on. We just got back to the flat when we had a Viber call from Gareth. He and the children have made it safely to Frankfurt though unfortunately Joshua suffered from travel sickness on the leg between Adelaide and ...
... with gaiters to protect her from the midgies. For 10miles we did not see any dwelling places, the rain stopped and the wind dropped which brought a whole new problem with it . . . . Midgies, there were swarms of them, so we kept moving. They are tiny biting creatures very annoying but no where near as bad as New Zealand's Sandflies! Rannach Moor was a vast wild area which had a beauty all of its ...
... one out of the water, but happy to have been so close and seen their home.
Back home for dinner and bed. It had been a lovely day.
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Thursday 14th November
Our last day in Scotland and we didn’t have much planned. We all enjoyed a walk back up to the Fort. The sun came out long enough for Ro to take some lovely photos. We had pancakes for breakfast and enjoyed a quiet morning. The kids played with Fern, ...