The Widdington Walkers 2010 

Glencoe Scotland 

An early start at stansted airport


The Lost Valley 

The Lost Valley (Coire Gabhail) was where the Macdonalds were supposed to hide the cattle
they had rustled from their neighbours, or perhaps, where they hid their cattle to stop them being
rustled by their neighbours! The geologists tell us that the lost valley was formed by the weight of ice that
could not escape from the valley as the huge ice cap flowed down to the sea through the pass of Glencoe
from off Rannoch Moor. Even knowing all this, the size of the valley still comes as a complete surprise
the first time it is viewed. It is vast and photographs don't really capture the sheer size of the place.
The valley is completely hidden from view during the 1000ft ascent to it's entrance and is only
revealed at the very last moment.

Up The Ben

CIC hut Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis This hut was erected by Dr and Mrs Inglis Clark in memory 
of their son Charles Inglis Clark who was killed in action in the 1914-1918 War.
It is situated on the north side of Ben Nevis

A Welcome sight after a hard mornings climb  

Village Mike

Village Gary 

The Village Guys

The Pap of Glencoe

Tobermory Isle of Mull Scotland

lobster pots in the harbour at Tobermory

We had a great seafood lunch at 
Cafe' Fish

Cafe' Fish is at the end 
of Tobermory, 
where the ferry docks 

The oysters were fantastic 

Slipway at Kilchoan

The ferry was the Loch Linnhe 

Looking across to The Isle of Eigg 

 a pint or two at the Strontian Hotel on the shore of Loch Sunart

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