Monthly Archives: June 2019

St Mary’s Church Dunvegan

After lunch we decided to stop at a ruined church and graveyard we had spotted the previous night. This was St Mary’s, a post reformation church dating back to the late 1600s. It is the burial place of several dukes … Continue reading

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Dunvegan Castle

The forecast was for rain so we set off to Dunvegan castle – several others had the same idea so there was a queue for the ticket office before 10am. Tickets bought we headed to the castle. I was excited … Continue reading

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The Bonnie Prince

We weren’t catching the ferry to Skye till early afternoon so we had some time to kill. We headed towards Glenfinnan. On the way we stopped at a lay-by that had a sign post for the Prince’s Cairn. It wasn’t … Continue reading

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Road to the Isles

After a hard morning spent at work – assembly then a movie! I headed home. The car was packed and it was time to go. We stopped at The Smithy near Doune for lunch before heading further north. We were … Continue reading

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Kincardine to Culross

Last weekend we walked the first part of the Fife Coastal Path. After breakfast at Faodail  in Kincardine – an excellent find a great cheap breakfast – lunch and dinner looked good so it we will keep it in mind … Continue reading

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Rannoch Station Tea Room

Next stop was Rannoch Station Tea Room. A lovely tea room with great views plus you can catch a train! Terry saw a deer when he went to get my camera from my car. I was lucky enough to see … Continue reading

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Loch Rannoch Forest Walk

After Queen’s View we drove to the Forestry Commission car park at Carie. There are three walks here and we did the longest one – the yellow route. We were following directions from the Walk Highlands website.  It wasn’t until … Continue reading

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