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... something I could hardly believe when I first saw. As it may sound,
these are one lane roads with frequent pullouts that enable traffic going in
opposite directions to pass. I didn’t know there was such a thing anymore in
the developed world let alone what looks on the map to be the main road across
northernmost Scotland. But, yes, it’s real! This single track went on for
stretches in between lengths of good modern highway where I could drive 50 or
... after meeting a couple from Scotland and Canada and talking to them about things, and about what it seems like all people from the uk are obsessed about: the weather. Apparently it has been a rubbish summer (two people had said so far) and we were really lucky with the weather. Earlier that morning I took a nice sunrise of the castle and waited around from 4 till 630 ...
... and she almost went off both sides of the road before maneuvering the back half of her car near the pulloff and stopping with the front of the car still on the road. At this point, the man in the car began waiving at us to go past, as if they had cleared the way for us. I did creep past with an inch or so to spare but for all I know that car is still there waiting for the traffic behind us to clear. The odd maniac hired to hurtle logging lorries ...
... Olive and Harry, who you met in the Glasgow entry provided more interesting info about the models used for the Kelpies, thanks to their daughter Heather -
"Heather wanted me to tell you about the 'models'. The one with head down is Baron - now retired and with arthritis. The other is Duke. They are owned by Glasgow City Council and are kept in Pollock Park. Every 6 weeks, they can be ...
Loch Oich (two locks up from Fort Augustus) is the highest stretch on the canal.
Fort Augustus itself is a pretty small town and the only place of any size along the complete length of the canal. It is located at the top of a flight of five locks dropping down to Loch Ness.
Loch Ness is very large something over 200 metres deep and about 24 miles long and maybe over a mile wide at its widest.
No monster today!
And NO MIDGES at all so far. ...