High Range Hotel
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... which goes up a mountain. Then sadly, it will be time to catch the train for the first leg of the trip heading back home.
This has been a truly wonderful and magical time in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
The whole of Scotland is so eco-conscious. Seems like everyone has a clothesline and they hang wash out even on the wet days. (There is usually enough sun or wind to do the job.)
What a great place.
... drystone walls, bridges, and at the end a close encounter with a herd of reindeer. Only ten miles but lots of uphill and a bit of continuous rock scrambling , so my legs are knackered. Quite stretched my stamina, and I so enjoyed the day. We were so lucky with fantastic weather, cool and clear so ideal for mountain walking. The places we walked through are Rothiemurchus forest, Chalamain gap, and Lhairig Guru. Went to the local Hilton for dinner, which was somewhat of a ...
... that is the Beaufort Hotel, but once there, we were able to have a quick shower and we were on our way. There were a few things we'd wanted to do on our way back to Jimmy & Marie's. One of those many things was to visit Aviemore and go through to the Cairngorm Mountains. I'm so glad we actually went through to do this. We drove through about 20km or so to the mountains and take a "funicular" train straight up the mountain side. (Literally, STRAIGHT up!) There ...
... br> Seriously,the pics are beautiful and I guess the cold and wind go with the ruggedness of it all. Celeste
So the lovely tea cosy and the road kill are staying?? It's 27c here ! CelesteGlad you,re enjoying the blog. Kerry and I are taking it in turns and some days it is a real effort to get it done but it is our trip journal also. Katrina
Lovely photos and great comments. Cant start my day without reading you guys first.Wendy
After a nice brekky and a chat to Austin, our landlord, we left Inverness to travel down the Caledonian Canal (Which is a series of great Lochs that connects the East coast of Scotland to the west coast) Loch Ness, Loch Oich, Loch Lochy and Loch Dochfour.
We were also flanked by some of the United Kingdoms tallest mountains, Ben Nevis being the tallest in the UK. It was a difficult task to try and take in so much beautiful, rugged and ...