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Today is the equinox and the first day of autumn, although as I write the sun is still shining and the outdoor thermometer is showing 18⁰C, so it is hard to feel that the summer really is over. And what a summer it has been! Long, warm, sunny days; old friends dropping in for a few days on the back of other trips and others coming for a proper holiday; big birthday celebrations; theatre and gallery outings; major national events; walks with neighbours. ...
... 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 ...
... and now Drymen. A pretty little village in the middle of nowehere but smack dab at the start of the Rob Roy Way. Tomorrow we start, but first a shower. the first since Tuesday by the way.
Having packed sparsely, with only 4 shirts, I'm going to see how long this one lasts. Just to kink out all you losers, I've been wearing it to ...
... room for sheep). Compasses are useless in the Cuillen Mountains due to some strange geological aspect of the mountains-or magic.
Our first detour began soon after crossing the bridge from Skye to Kyle of Lochalsh. We headed through Glen Shiel toward "palindromic Glenelg", where there were two 2000+ year old "brochs" (old fort-houses). The roads were treacherous, and much of the time we drove through pea-soup mist. Still, it was a ...
... s tonight to farewell us.
Linda and Frank decided to head into Stirling to do a bit of shopping and asked if we wanted to go for a run. So we did. It was lovely driving along seeing all the snow on the fields and the trees. However there hasn't been that much round here and its rapidly disappearing. Although we did hear that the Trossachs were closed with snow and ice. We did a bit of ...