Quick march

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A bit late in the day, maybe, but last night we worked out how many miles it is along our route, the Scottish National Trail, to the English border. The answer: 580 miles. A bit longer than expected! We need to allow for a rest day or two between here and Land's End, so in order to finish in time for me to be back at work on 14th July, we've set ourselves a daily minimum of 20 miles. Hard work, particularly with all the cross-country we're doing at the moment, but hopefully do-able!

Anyway, here are some photos from between the Crask Inn and Loch Broom - as you can see, the weather has been interesting!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

3 Responses

  1. Unknown
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    Looks as though a boat would be handy in some places! Mum

  2. Andy Hall
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    Looks like tough going in Northern Scotland, poor paths. Does this mean you will be near border in early June

    • Tanya Savage
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      Poor paths? Paths are a luxury item round here, a lot of it is completely pathless cross country especially further north.
      We're hoping to get to the border about 23rd May – give or take a day or two, but aiming for 23rd as it's my birthday – hoping 2 causes for celebration will persuade Neil to splash out on a B&B!