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... the left instead of the bluff on the right, since the hill was taller. However, we did not realize how tall it was. We made it to what we thought was the top, but found out that that was only half way. When we got to the top of that there was more, then more, then the top. So the part of the hill that we saw from below was really only a forth of the hill. The hill was wet, there were often small springs that would appear causing ...
Susan dropped me back to Arivegaig shortly after 8. It would be a straightforward walk on a clear path and quiet road throughout. It was very mild with a slight drizzle to begin with. The drizzle gradually intensified during the morning. I had hoped to take time to walk down to the beach at Singing Sands but missed the turn-off.
Despite a very dry ...
First, a response to my limerick hint from Adam Rennie - always good to have another contribution.
There was a young man from Smirisary
Who made the most useless emissary
The simplest of tasks
Was too big an ...
... return drive, planning to warm ourselves / dry our soaking clothes in the car as we made our way to a little Scottish-Italian restaurant we found yesterday.
The plan worked, and by the time we sat down at our table for our all you can eat Italian! (Pasta, Pizza, Ice cream!) we were dry again.
And so our slightly soggy day came to an end.
Tomorrow we're heading south, keeping our fingers crossed for better weather as we head to Glencoe.
Until next time...
The sun was shining when we woke. Promising! By the time we had finished breakfast the clouds were gathering but at least it was not raining. Started the day by taking a drive through Glen Nevis (at the base of Ben Nevis). Beautiful countryside full of streams, waterfalls and picturesque mountains. It was also the home of highland bovines. Richard took a real liking to one and went to have a chat ...