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I know that we are home but we have a couple of entries yet to post. Hope you enjoy them!
Wednesday morning we got up early in order to pack up everything....including a few wet clothes and head to Iona. It Scotland they talk about driving a Scottish mile. What is the difference between at Scottish mile and a Michigan mile? In Scotland it takes twice as long because of all the ...
... of Scotland. Before leaving the Highlands, we stopped at a lookout at a spot called Rest & Be Thankful next stop was Loch Lomond...the largest loch on Scotland which straddles the highlands and the lowlands. One of our last photo stops is a shot of Stirling Castle in the late day sunshine before an hour's drive back to Edinburgh where this part of our tour comes to an ...
Yesterday was picture perfect weather wise...sunny and bright...this morning we woke to more typical Scottish weather...rain, wind and cold...We set off to visit Ardbeg, Lagavullin and Laphroaig...each with their own unique whiskys, methods and final product tastes...my personal faves were the Ardbeg whiskys. we also toured some ruins of castles, churches and saw some Celtic crosses More when you see the ...
... Australians there, different faith understanding , different beliefs as far as the Scottish independence vote and different abilities. These differences all created some interesting conversations and made it difficult to be as patient as was needed at times. The biggest group there were retired Scottish women who were great fun. 12/9/2014 Friday Well we are leaving today. Breakfast at 7.30, then the leaving service, a walk down to the ferry and we crossed to ...
... Cowal is clearly visible across Loch Fyne as I climb gently through fields and then forestry land. At this time of year the deep green of the spruce branches carries a pale trim of new growth looking for all the world like some crazy hair tint. On the other side of the hills, native deciduous woodland replaces the farmed conifers - I have reached the largest oak forest in Scotland.
On an even narrower unnumbered road to the right ...