BEST WESTERN The Crianlarich Hotel
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Great breakfast, friendly staff and clean, however the rooms need major renovations especially for the rate charged
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Rabbies one day tour including Loch Lochmond, Loch Ness, Glencoe, Highlands, Inverness and back to Glasgow.
Such a good day learning the myths of Scotland history. Learning how to spot a unicorn and exploring new places with a hike to see Loch Ness from a height.
... Running low on water and energy, we stopped for a quick pint and water refill at Beinglas Farm, a very cute campsite near Inverarnan. The quick break did wonders for our legs and it was very tempting to stay but we still had another 6.5 miles or so to travel. The sun was already hanging low in the sky, so we kicked it into high gear. No stopping. No photos. No water breaks. Limited oohing and ahhing over cute sheep. Go, go, go. I was terrified ...
... I thought that is why people generally did the LEJoG not JoGLE because you were blown up the country!! (But just as we try it we have this freak heat wave with winds blowing down the country, just my luck!) Yesterday as we passed the Dumfries and Galloway Mental Health Association I had to resist the temptation to go in for a consultation... I feel in a real need of some sanity because this is a crazy mad thing we are doing... Oh and ...
... much to Mum's surprise. Grant, Tiff and the boys then arrived in and along with their gift of a lovely watch was a card with the poem below: (Our Tiff's a clever cookie!)
In the year of 1933
Helen Allan came to be
One of five kids in the clan
But to most of us, she's known as Gran
Mum, as well, to a selected few -
But those folk call her Granny too!
Married to Geordie, love of her life,
Nothing made ...
... 8221; in tin, whereas the “y” in Tyndrum is pronounced like the “I” in tie. English.
Mugdock park has the ruins of a castle that was first built in the 1372. Astounding! It belonged to the Grahams, the Lords of Montrose. (Hi, Russ!) A second castle is clearly more recent, still in ruins, but has no interpretative material. I went to the visitor’s center to get a booklet and learn more of the history, but they ...