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... was built in 1280. TWELVE EIGHTY. Clearly, this place has a long history, and a chapter in that history includes the castle’s conquering by Robert the Bruce. I mean, the walls are still standing. The original walls. It hasn’t been altered for centuries. And here it sits, in the middle of a meadow, on the banks of the gorgeous river and I was the only soul inside it for an hour. You can actually shimmy up inside one of the turrets, and I sat there peacefully, soaking ...
... it is! The first stretch rises gradually along the side of a sub peak above Glen Nevis. It then turns and rises steeply up a rocky ravine to a grassy saddle at 1,650 feet that’s named the half way point but is neither the true half way mark in either distance or altitude. Beyond that the trail climbs relentlessly in a few broad zigs and zags over rocky terrain that becomes ever more barren. And just when you thought you were ...
... that give Whiskey it's flavour, and that whiskey earns Scotland four dollars for every one tourist dollar, and that te government taxes the profits 87% percent. It was pretty interesting. The Ben Nevis whiskey distillery does not operate on a Sunday, to keep with old traditions. The distillery is not currently in use, as there is no barley available. The frozen river takes out two months ...
... we get out of the car park, no matter where any of us looked we could not see the bloody EXIT sign and finally i asked a lady and she laughed and said its a trap for new people you have to go over behind a bollard and follow that so sure as the sun rises there was the exit and we were off to the B&B.
They went out for tea and left us home alone so off to bed we went and tomorrow should be fun so sleep well all this is Taz and baz signing off and please turn out the ...
... and stopped to rest for awhile and watch several boats go through the locks. Then, according to my map, it was about two miles to Cullochy Lock and a tea shop. As I was getting closer, two women came up behind me in a car. I stopped to let them pass and they stopped in a pull-out to let their dogs out and walk. I asked them how much farther it was and one was sure it was at least two more miles. My estimate was closer to one. Before long I could see ...
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