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... barrel (most scotch is finished in bourbon, port or sherry barrels). The third was one of the first Octomore they produced with 80 ppm of peat. The latest Octomore has just been released with 258 ppm of peat.
By by the way if you like gin try The Botanist which they also produce. It is available in Canada. In Alberta for sure but not sure about SK.
John & Jennifer have been given a large file of instructions and a big list of jobs. So hopefully they will have enough to keep them busy until our return. A big thank you to them for looking after the animals and house in our absence, we hope they enjoy Ashburton & Seil while we are away. But what will we be getting up to in the next 5 weeks? Watch this ...
... the cave. I'm afraid I chickened out of going into the cave I find sheer drops & surging seas below a little intimidating but others went in & sang as you are supposed to do. We got back safely & then found out our roommate had also taken food & a torch in case we had been stranded there over night !!! 9/9/2014. Tuesday Today is Pilgrimage day. Geoff & I - because of our dodgy feet have decided to go on the short walk. It is only 3 miles ...
... place that feels fresher.
Carsaig Bay by Tayvallich is quite a different world, a west-facing semicircular bay with a shingle beach bordered by sweet newly mown grass. The moored boats in the foreground sway and glint lazily, across the water the Isle of Jura basks in a heat haze, and white yacht wings drift langourously up and down the Sound to the unseen Crinan Canal. A handful of holiday houses dot the bay, some with roses tumbling ...
... that I saw his mum again.
Turns out she had come back to fins something.
She had come back to find me and to ask if I wanted to join them for lunch!Then we had tea. Which we have concluded is more of a habit
rather than a like-of-taste. I spent some time playing with the dog that came up to the
deck, before heading up and watching the sun fall between mountains and the
mainland come back into view. We ...