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... on a loch. We had lunch at Lochgilphead. We then stopped at Kilmarten to view an archeology museum about the ancient stone sites in Argyle. Finally arrived at Oban which is a lovely town on the sea. Very picturesque. Ferries go from here to various islands, including Mull and Iona. Our room overlooks the harbour. It is also self catering which saves ...
... 1964 when it was given to the National Trust.
We went on walks, and climbed up to the castle, would have been a great house with great views. Food was yummy, unfortunately it wasn't possible to taste test everything I would have liked to.
After 2 nights we moved on to Killin in the Lakes District. Our accommodation was a B&B with a fabulous view of Skiddaw, which is an intimating "fell" (mountain) which was great to look at, but too ...
... which are interesting and technical but I was glad not to be wearing hokas as that extra height seemed to make people extra slow and cautious. I was surprised to see John V along here. He was the sweeper for the challenge race and therefore an hour ahead.
We were soon at Inversnaid. A drop bag point but not an official checkpoint. 33.9 miles. 07 hours 50 running. It was raining a touch here. Again I had just water here ...
... meeting was their order of the day. Now, it's three years since we last tackled Conic Hill, as this section was closed for forestry work when we walked the WHW over Easter earlier this year, and boy how quickly you forget how tough it is. Although fantastic work has been done in regrading the trail it just goes on and on with countless blind summits. My encouraging words of "just another 100m" to Mirandy, and myself for that matter, started to wain when I said it ...
... of William of Orange led by General Hugh MacKay at Killiekrankie on the 17th of July 1689. It was a bloody battle and although the Jacobites were victorious, Dundee was killed and sometime later Rob’s father, Donald (Glas), was captured and imprisoned for two years ondoubtful treason charges. On Donald’s release from prison his wife Margaret was dead (1691) and Donald was never to return to his former spirit and health ...