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... the bars. ( Scots would say 'wee swalla'.) by then it was dark and we couldn't see anything on the drive back to our ferry. It was delayed by half an hour so we were a tired bunch when we got back to the mainland, and hungry. 8 of us went together to eat, beer and lamb shank restored me, but we didn't get back to our accommodation until after 10. So, that was yesterday. Leaving Oban this morning. Time for ...
... this place was such a delight. We took long hot showers, made some coffee and watched the rain start to fall outside. Luckily it had held off during our hike. Since we had arrived somewhat early in the afternoon, we had hoped to spend some time walking around the town. But taking it easy was actually quite nice. We eventually spent some time in a local pub, chatted up another American hiker and called it an evening. We had made it 85 miles and had just one more day of hiking to ...
... a hurry so he marched ahead determined to enter the realm of 3G, despite his blue bruised toes. Alasdair had slowed his pace enough to occasionally have a pow wow with yours truly but generally we all marched at different paces and I was alone on the Moor with just my thoughts and Humbert Humbert (My "Lolita" audio book) for company. Bliss.When I finally arrived at Kinghouse Hotel, Jez had made new friends in a friendly Stag and a bold chaffinch. He was ready for the ...
Every year, on the Saturday nearest the longest day of the year, runners try to run the West Highland away in less that 24 hours. This year someone ran the 96 mile route in 14 hours 20 minutes and 10 seconds!! Part of this involves running up the devils staircase, so called because it was a nightmare for the army to build. We didn't run it, but ...
... peak). The slope was gradual, and people of all ages were climbing and relaxing on both hills. Dan and I circled around for the best view of the city and the Royal Mile, from Edinburgh Castle all the way to Holyrood Palace, where Queen Elizabeth stays when at Edinburgh. We took some photos and a video panorama. I was doing fine until I looked down one too many times from maybe 200' up and decided it would be good to get back on the ground.
We met ...