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This page will just show some of the places we have visited so far and that we really like. The nearer ones we endeavour to take friends to.
THE BRIDGE over the ATLANTIC. This bridge actually joins the mainland with the island of Seil. Our doctor's surgery is on seil island as well as Seamus and Avril Anderson, our farmer friend and his wife.
It is only about 4 miles from us and quite famous in this area.
From the Bridge across Loch Leven, looking east up towards Glen Coe. One of my favourite lochs so far.
From the same bridge looking west, towards the sea. One has to pass over this bridge on their way to Fort William. In the good weather it is always a joy to see the views.
The Glenfinnan Monument. Loch Shiel. The monument is dedicated to Bonnie Prince Charlie. It is where he landed in 1745 from France to try to reclaim his throne.
Beautiful Loch Shiel. Made even more famous recently as it is the Hogwarts lake in the Harry Potter films. The Hogwarts, or Glenfinnan via duct is just behind me.
Loch Eil. From which you get soe of the best views of BEN NEVIS, which is there in the background.
Loch Linnie.
Castle Stalker. Always a must for visitors as only about an hour north of us.
Loch garry. April 2007. When we were up here in April 2005 we looked at some land by this loch to do a self build. I decided it was just too remote, as the nearest town Fort William was over an hour away by car. it is incredibly beautiful though!!!
The ridge of the Five Sisters of Kintail, over looking Loch Alsh.
Eilean Donan castle over looking Loch Duich.
Looking towards the Cuillins on Skye.
Plockton. Made famous in the TV series Hamish Macbeth. In the series this was Loch Duibh (pronounced Do)
Fingal's Cave, Staffa. First visited with Robin from Australia in April 07.
January 1st.06. Loch Avich a pretty little inland loch about 20 minutes from us in the car.
If you don't mind climbing. The track up behind barochreal through the forest is a lovely walk and one gets wonderful views of Mull, and the Firth of Lorn.
Part of the track.
Loch Etive. May 06. Here one has a clear view of the northern slopes of Ben Cruachan.
Loch Etive and ben Starav.
Loch Etive. Certainly one of my favourite Lochs. It boasts 10 Munroes along it's length. That is mountains above 3,000feet.
In some places Loch Etive is 600 foot deep. It flows in from the sea just north of Oban and flows east as far as Taynult, where it does a 90 degree turn flowing directly north as far as Glen Coe.
There is a lot of wild life on this Loch including seals. I have taken two boat trips with friends from Taynult up to the Glen Coe end of this lovely loch.
Here one can see right up the Loch passed Ben Starav as far as Buchaille Etive Mor, the triangular mountain in the middle distance. It means the Big Etive Shepherd and literally stands like a shepherd at the head of the loch. Reminds me on a grander scale of the shepherd at Borrowdale, on Derwent Water.
Lismore Light house. You sail passed this on the way to Mull. On clear days there are many points on the mainland from where it can be seen.
Duart castle, Mull. Seat of Clan Maclean. Again One sails right assed this lovly castle when calling into Craignure, Mull. Again it can be seen from Ganavan beach Oban. This and the above photo were taken by Nigel. When I first visited the castle I met Sir Lachlan Maclean and we had a long chat about gardens etc. A charming man.
Glen More, Mull. You have to drive through this Glen on the way to Iona. ben More, not seen here, we can see from Barochreal.
Iona Abbey. Quite atmospheric inside. I love the green marble altar and font. The marble is quarried on the island.
You must all know where this is by now! The entrance to Loch Feochan, with Mull in the background.
Easdale Island. One crosses the bridge over the Atlantic to Seil island. Drive to the SW corner of Seil and take a 3 minute ferry ride over to Easdale island. It is one of the slate islands still boasting a thriving community. Barely half an hour from us.
Easdale island is very tiny only a couple of square miles. One can walk around it in half an hour, which I've done several times.
A view from Easdale island across one of it's many slate quarries now used as swimming pools, or one is. Looking across to Mull with the triangular peak of volcanic Ben More poking it's head up in the middle distance.
Craobh Haven, (pronounced Croove) Lord of the Isles hotel /Pub, where a lot of friends are taken for a meal. It is only 20 minutes from us by car and a great favourite.
Craobh Haven. Mull on the horizon.