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... which took a more inland route.
The first section was a windy road rising to 160 metres. Fortunately by mid-morning the traffic was a bit lighter but I had to keep my wits about me. At Kilmartin I was able to leave this road and follow National Cycle route 78 on tracks and quiet roads for the rest of the day.
This path led me past several Bronze age burial cairns, some dating from 3000 BC. Then a straight road led ...
... a bit of the peninsula. I've taken a short cut across the north end. The are various reasons for a decision like this. There is no easy route down the west side of Craignish. I could still have walked all the way down and back (about 10 miles) on the road on the east side. However as this was at the end of the day, I had to consider how I would get back to Seil Island. So when I reached Craignish school I turned north instead ...
... ferry to Iona. We decided not to go as there were lots of day trippers on the 3 Island Tour in big busses. Went to the Island weavers that was very interesting it has been relocated for the last 12 years and has new owners. They use wool from Mull and the main land but they said that it is cheaper to import from Aust. Dave they had a narrow 1930 carpet weaving machine there that they still use. ...
... by the end. We had a healing service in the abbey this evening & people were prayed for including you Ruth. 10/9/2014 Wednesday We had 2 more sessions on earth prayer this morning. Then we had a free afternoon. The weather has been just gorgeous. Sun shining & no wind so we just sat outside & had a cuppa. Geoff even got a little sunburnt on the face. Who would gave thought in Iona! This evening after worship in the Abbey we had a ...
... the Forestry Commission parking area is being resurfaced. Once we have passed these areas of unnaturally strenuous activity we stop in Glen Lochy to stretch our legs and take in the view in calm silence. On the roadside verge we count seven different kinds of wildflower in bloom.
We drive west along the north bank of Loch Awe, nodding hello to the Cruachan hydroelectric pumped storage plant in passing - on previous occasions we did both enjoy the ...