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Summer scene at Fortingall

This morning, we departed Inverness and embarked on a tour as follows:

  • First to nearby Culloden, site of the last battle on British soil in 1746. Here the forces of Bonnie Prince Charlie were defeated by a British army under General Cumberland.

Culloden Battlefield

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Illustration of fire-making in the Iron-Age at the Crannog Centre

Today marked an adverse change in weather.

We departed our Dunkeld lodgings for Amulree and then embarked on a drive through Glen Quaich but heavy fog resulted in negligible visibility despite which we were able to observe a number of unusual birds: Quail, Red Grouse, Pheasant and a Hawk (or similar bird of prey).

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View of Loch Tay at Kenmore, Perthshire, Scotland.

This evening, I am posting information on the Loch Tay area in Perthshire, central Scotland.

This loch lies at an approximately 45 degree angle with Killin at south and Kenmore, near Aberfeldy at northern end.Kenmore is about seventy-seven miles north of Glasgow.

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