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... which I thought suitable. In the glen there was a circular labyrinth in the grass, marked with stones and after following the path to the centre, we each placed our gift with others. Coins, the odd chap stick, hair clips, were some of the gifts left. It was a magical spot. We had lunch in the lovely village of Portree, a small sea port. We got back to Plockton about 5. Cheryl and I had decided to buy a ...
... We may see it Friday when we return. We arrived in Plockton at about 4:30, so I have a nice break before dinner at 7. I am settled into my B&B, a smaller place, only Cheryl and I are staying here, the others are elsewhere. So, it will be very quiet. Plockton is delightful, I'll get pictures before I leave. Dusk is very early, we are so far north now, and with the heavy cloud cover, too dark for nice ...
... for a quick lunch at The Grog & Gruel. . . a yummy Cullen Skink Pie .
Glen Nevis is a u-shaped glacial valley, is the starting point for climbing Ben Nevis (one of Scotland's highest peaks). We ...
... the most westerly point on Great Britain. Then Susan very kindly offered to accompany me and act as a driver for the week. I was very grateful because public transport in the area is far from flexible where it exists at all. We agreed that the week following Scotland's Independence Referendum was the most convenient for both of us.
The north-west of Scotland had enjoyed a relatively dry and sunny first three weeks of September ...
... white as it's all seashells. Reached the view of the Atlantic - the ocean always so good to see. I'm always home in view of the sea. We could see the isles of Rum, Eigg and Skye. Further down the coast closer to Glasgow, it is called the Irish Sea.
We are off to explore Fort Willam a little and then to the bus along Loch Ness to ...