The Tyndrum Inn
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... each visit and then Jimmy Bilsland - a teenage old flame - remember going to a disco in the Village Hall with him - think I was still at school. And in that way the world is small (as is Drymen) Jimmy is now Davie's (mentioned above) father-in-law!
We had the usual delicious meal - I had some haggis for entree - hadn't managed to have any this visit and then venison stew with orange sauce - ...
... what we wanted so we got up and left and carried on along the street and ended up in 1780. They had fish - and that's what we all had and it was absolutely scrumptious.
One of the waitresses was an Aussie girl from Port Lincoln. But what was funny was that she had only heard me speak and asked if we were Australian. Bet that surprises all my Aussie friends who always say how Scottish I sound. Funny thing is that everyone in Scotland ...
... catching up with all our news and lots of reminiscing about earlier days and escapades.
Grant had planned to slip away quietly - say his goodbyes at George and Lorna's, return his hire car and check in. But George was having none of that - we farewelled them when they were in Australia last Easter so they were farewelling Grant. As they were saying their goodbyes, there were apparently a couple of entertainers there who ...
... Americans, though we have just met in the pub two Glaswegian families "walking home". We also met our first Gold Digger, or to be more accurate Gold Panner, quite literally down on his hands and knees in one of the nearby streams, panning for gold. He claimed it was only a hobby to "get him out the house!" This evening one of Rob's good mates, Duffy, joined us after an epic 36 hour journey up from London. He is with us for six days and will undoubtedly help keep spirits ...
... with photographing rocks is quickly replaced by my fascination with photographing low-hanging clouds on hill tops. (Enjoy!) Another glorious day on the West Highland Way!
At breakfast this morning in Drover’s, I met Susan and Charles, a Scottish couple who are truly reveling in the entire West Highland Way experience. Susan and Charles love Drover’s Inn. I mean, they really, really love it! They love that nothing, ...