A wee Hieland Coo enjoying a paddle in Mull. This wee one hadn't quite learnt to pose yet unlike its mother who was striking a pose in the middle of the road surrounded by several cameras 😂 #scotspirit
It's that time of year again! Fine time to get back to the mountains and the summit of Ben Cruachan did not disappoint. The highest point in Argyll, views of Loch Awe and much of the Southern Highlands are the reward for a hell of a lot of effort. I'm feeling another autumnal hike or two coming on, where to next....
We arrived in Oban yesterday ahead of our trip to Mull, Staffa and Iona. The weather was stunning, so we took a walk along the Bay to Garavan and took in the sunset. Today looks like rain all day, only the second time we've had our rain jackets on so far !
It has been difficult to say goodbye to you this morning in Benderloch Calum and that I already said goodbye to you about 3 times more or less because I did not know if I would see you today, because if you think about it, I start working and with you I say goodbye, it has been a great pleasure to have met you, to work with you and the luck that you were my neighbor in the accommodations. I wish I could tell you all this morning but I did not get the words out. Thank you after work at night, you wanted to accompany me to take the bus, there was a moment in the thought that you did not arrive in time. I'm going to miss you mate, friend, brother and as I said I hope to see you again.
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