Sunday, September 30, 2007


It took a few hours to pack up everything after 8 weeks' continuous domicile in Leith, but I figured I could wait until I got to my destination to repack the car more efficiently.

On the road a hair before noon, my first bearing was Glencoe, site of the 1692 massacre of the Macdonalds by the Campbells. Entering the Glen Coe valley, I was reminded of Isterdalen in Norway near Trollstigen, although this valley's steep sides were lost in mist today.

Rannoch Moor at the eastern end of Glen Coe

Massacre Monument in Glencoe village

Loch Leven from Kinlochleven.

Small Loch Tarff on the eastern road parallel to Loch Ness.

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