The Aultguish Inn
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... of Skye and the ferry to get back to Mallaig, where we had lunch.On the Isle we went to the Clan Donald centre but could not stay long as we needed to catch the ferry. Journey back to hotel was via Fort William , where we lunched yesterday, past Ben Nevis but today we stopped at the Commando memorial, very moving , set in a spectacular place.
... parts of Scotland, gets to -27C in winter with 100 mph winds. Balmy.... Staying here two nights , off to the Isle of Skye tomorrow. Last port of call before the hotel , was a sheep dog demonstration on a working farm. Very interesting , but made us homesick for our own puppies. Peter took some video to show Murphy how it is done.
... who wanted their land (our own forebearers) and cared little for the people already living on the land. They too were forcibly removed, leaving most of their possessions. They too were told to adapt to a new way of life and given little support. It appears that we can rationalize the worst treatment of our fellow humans if it benefits us. It is a cautionary tale and one we need to keep reminding ourselves of as we grapple with issues of fairness and ...
... our eagle eyes on the lake during the drive and looking out from the castle, none of us saw her.
Having spent a childhood full of interest about Canada's own Okanagan Ogopogo and writing research reports in Elementary School about the Loch Ness monster, I was very excited to actually visit the lake and museum! Thanks family for indulging me on this one! ...
... today. The path looks easy enough but we take note of the warnings not to embark on this route unless you are a seasoned walker. Ian claims this just means, 'don't walk this way in flip flops' and we are suitably booted!
The footpath starts beside the river then gently rises upwards through a wooded glen of birch, rowan and hazel. Leaving the woodland we start to climb for quite a distance through open moorland of deep purple heather. The ...