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... pebble dash. Scone Palace is next door to the site but is closed for winter!! So no scones or cake for me in the local tourist attraction. The site itself is large and open and is bordered with tall trees that have almost lost their leaves, the wind and rain of yesterday contributing to that. There is a footpath from the site that runs beside the race course to the river which is currently in spate and rather impressive.
I caught the local bus ...
... road for a couple of kms towards Inverness and then down towards the loch itself to a spot we could see from the deck of Foyers House where there seemed to be a lot of building activity. When we got down there it seemed as if the building was on a housing development and we also found the old Aluminium smelter works that we had read about at the Falls the previous evening and which were bombed during the war. It's now no longer functional and ...
... boring old motorway for mile after mile. My GPS is telling me I will arrive at Haysham port at 11h20 which in my opinion is simply way too early for the 14h15 sailing to Isle of Man and so I turn off the m/way and head into the hills of the wonderful Lake District.
The roads are now dry and the temp is much higher than when I left home and so it’s time to see what this bike is really like to ride.
I find myself high up on a wonderful hill road overlooking the ...
... forward along a minor road and down a footpath, or so we thought! Unfortunately a burn blocked our way about 500 metres from our link up with Stewart so we had to divert again, I obviously missed it on the map reading!! However we soon sorted the difficulty out and finished the days walk in great spirits. We headed back to Gallowhill Farm for a rest. It had been a long day and we were really pleased to be sitting in the warm with a cuppa and a slice of cake. A snoozle was ...
... wine. Heaven. And then some microwaveable toffee cake things for dessert.
The second day we went out to the William Wallace Monument just outside of Stirling. It was really neat. It's reminiscent of a cathedral tower, but the top is open to the sky and there's only one tiny winding spiral staircase up the corner. There's three levels (not including the top) each dedicated to different topics. The first level ...