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... so much stronger once we got up here. Audrey led the way again back down the other side, be warned it's not all down hill to Kinlochleven!!
West Highland Way Race: Sarah Booth arrived CP6 - Kinlochleven at Sat 22:40:16 ETA at Finish - Fort William Sun 04:07. 21 hours 40 running (03:31:55) 109th (161), 108th for this section.
Lundavra, 88.3 miles. 24 hours 42. So happy to be so close to finish. Loved the ...
... because he didn't even get out of bed! He goes on his biking holiday on Saturday and I don't arrive home from galavanting until Sunday so the next time I'll see him will be in Ottawa. Hopefully without any broken bones or a gravel scraped face :-O On the way to Aviemore now for some proper Scottish drizzle, midges and quality family time. We might get there sometime this side of midnight, dad appears to be competing with the caravans, tractors and OAPs for the title of 'Captain Slow'. ...
... that Grant, Tiff and the boys are renting and checked it out. It's ideal for them - got all the conveniences you could ask for - right next door to Mum's and a two minute walk to any of the local pubs.
Mum had made a pot of her legendary soup and by the time we got back from Grant's, Linda and Frank were up at Mums and we all enjoyed soup for lunch. Mum was heading off to the hairdresser and to ...
... and I enjoyed seeing the rooms looking so new and pristine. They were incredibly bright and colorful; very different from what we're accustomed to seeing in castles. Anna was of a different mind, and did not care for the restoration. Her unsolicited advice was to leave the castle as it was. I guess we were too late to get that little bit of advice to the Scottish Tourist Board.
We literally closed down the castle, ...
We had a reasonable night's sleep last night even though we had to share a room which meant that we were each exposed to the extraneous and other noises made regularly by the other. In Cheesey's case these are quite alarming. Cheesey says ` Tom however, woke on two occasions, one to plug in the Sat Nav and secondly to take a rather long leak’. The accommodation could only be described as utilitarian.
The good news was that our journey ...
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