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... started to rain the second half of the day. Curt had fun but got soaked!! He wore a really large sweater Mary had and it filled so full with water it reached his knees.
Mary and I walked into to town along this wonderful sea walk to do some shopping and to see the town. I found a great sweater or "gansey" for Curt. We finished up the day with a great dinner at the Bay in the Lerwick Hotel with Mary and ...
Today we tendered ashore to Lerwick, Scotland, a small place with a population of 7,000. Just like Bergen, this spot is known to experience a lot of rain, and just like Bergen, we had a beautiful, sunny day. The 2 things I wanted to see in Lewick today were Shetland Ponies and Puffins. Now, I could fib and say I saw both of them and I have the pictures to prove it, but the reality is I just photographed the postcards I bought. ...
... and numerous but not ubiquitous 'grey' or 'grey-brown' dwellings, and history have conspired to select a genome that naturally sees the brighter side of Life. While we will miss the country's stunning natural beauty and extraordinarfly diverse and numerous birdlife, and its people, we take away a rich load of memories that will sustain us for many years.
So, farewell Scotland, your Highlands and your Isles.
We're not too sure what sort of wifi service ...
... Enjoy a wee dram of the finest whisky at the Highland Park distillery before returning to your hotel.
Had pretty busy day even with quite a bit of travel.
Our first stop was at Loch Ness- it's over 700 ft deep, nice scenery but no monster sightings!
Next we went to Colloden, the battlefield where British fought the Scott's around 1756. The Scott's were slaughtered- lots of history here!
On to lunch at a little town called Dornoch. This was a very ...
... on it it was a good project for her at such a sad time. She restored it to a cosy home. It takes 30 minutes to drive further north from our hotel to the Castle Mey. There are oats growing in the fields, lots of silage and black Angus cattle. We saw where they have been cutting peat to dry and burn in winter. We drive through John O'Groats onto the Castle. When we arrive we walk around the walled garden which is wonderful. Big ...