The Rowardennan Hotel
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... a certain bend, and then the trail moved into very undulating pastures. For a while I walked with a slightly older lady from Vienna who was a bit confused as to how to get back onto the trail from Drymen. Nowadays I can’t help but be reminded of my ex-friend Gisela whenever I meet a German woman somewhat older than I am, but this lady seemed perfectly nice.
I suspect the trail was mostly in the 200 to 400 foot altitude range before ...
... mostly pairs of males, females or one of each all engaged in vibrant conversation. There were a few solo hikers who really seemed on a mission. The path was wide and almost like a gravel road so this part, at least, was not very challenging and was really just a walk along the shoreline of Loch Lomond. Was so nice I lost track of time and realized I had walked a mile and a half – whoa - time to head back and start the real business of the day.
... in this area. Was expecting more of a path but it is heavily
traveled and the ease of competing it makes it a popular journey for young and
old alike. Well, found the trailhead I
was looking for, though it was unmarked, it appeared to be in the right spot according
to my map. It has been a good first several hours in Scotland but time to head
back, eat and get some sleep. Big hiking
day tomorrow. ...
... the usual fuel stop in Warrington. I was quite tired so I had a couple more stops before getting back to Newton just to see my wife going back out to work (Keeping me in the way I have been accustomed to spending)
Since my trip the Bus has had all the mechanical jobs done and is nearly ready for the big trip.
Now I have to pack and arrange my train journey and accommodation ready for the big off on the 14th of September
... where, as a kid, he used to swim across to the other side, hauling the salmon net behind him. Of course, it had to be after dark that this poaching took place, so it must have been rather scary. But he was a hero when they discovered salmon in the nets in the early morning. I rowed up to the entrance to the Loch, loving every minute of it, then turned around and clumsily made my way back. I think Ian could have walked backwards and beat me back to the docking area. Another unique Scottish ...