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After seeing Barry off with his sailing ship heading to Mull, we headed towards Inverness. On the way we stopped at Glennfinnan to look at the monument and the viaduct that is seen with the steam train in Harry Potter. Glennfinnan is on Lock Shiel where Charles Stuart raised his standard and started calling the clans together to overthrow the English in 1745. ...
Friday was a big day: a car ferry took us from Oban to Craignure on the Isle of Mull. The drive across Mull took just over an hour, with numerous slowings down and pulling into passing places, on the one lane road--with traffic going both directions.
Need I say the scenery was incredible, beautiful, stunning? Mountains and water and sheep everywhere.
At Fionnphort, we got on the Staffa Island Tours ferry and took the 35 minute, 6 mile ride out to ...
... fresh water lake in Scotland but tiny by Michigan standards. The water was freezing but they had some really cool rocks that the kids just couldn't help but pick up.
Earlier in the day we had to make a decision as to which way we going to go through the park because we just didn't have time to do all that we wanted to see. We opted to not see a waterfall near Callandar because ...
... 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 ...
... passers by: I hear French, German, Polish, some Scandinavian tongue and even, I think (from the look of the speakers), Malay. On the beach below me some teenage gulls are poking about in the seaweed. A Calmac ferry rounds the point of Kerrera, nearly as tall as the island, and makes its way very precisely to the dock.
We take to the road once more, heading for the Isle of Seil which used to pride itself in being the only island connected to the ...