Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel
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... had planted seven million Douglas fir trees and thousands of rhododendrons which sadly were not in flower. The estate is breathtaking, with lakes, heather-covered moorland and spectacular views, particularly from the imposing house. Lord Armstrong trained as a lawyer but made a fortune as an engineer, inventor, industrialist, arms manufacturer. Although we were able to begin touring the house shortly after it opened, it was already very crowded with visitors and we had to be patient ...
... give you a sense of what I mean. Leaving Scotland was a strange feeling for both of us. We have walked the length of the country. We have walked the breadth twice, having started in the East, reached the west coast at Ullapool and tracked back to be within sight of Edinburgh! Physically, especially in the first two weeks, we have been challenged in a way neither of us have experienced before, so we feel a real sense of achievement from that. As I ...
... s excellent tuition I had pretty much every joint cut within a couple of hours. In my original construction plan I had banked on all my mortise & tenons and dovetails taking me at least a week to cut by hand. Thanks to a bit of Vorsprung Durch Technik, not only had I completed the job in a couple of hours, but the resulting joints were much better fitting and cleaner than anything I could have cut by hand. A week saving of effort ...
... before onboard. After just 4 attempts he managed to land without bending it. Much.
A Messerschmitt 163 Komet rocket plane which looks like something out of Tintin but was pretty much as deadly to the chap flying it as to any enemy aircraft it might encounter.
A Sepecat Jaguar. The only fast jet I nearly flew. Once.
... final product, mouthwatering single malt whiskey.
At the tasting, I got to taste 12 year old whiskey, alongside the Distillers Edition (matured in Sherry casks, and a bit too sweet for my tastes)
A good whiskey (but not at the top of my list) and if you're in the area, I recommend going ...