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Piper at Glencoe

This morning I collected tour group from Glasgow Airport at 7.45 am and then embarked on a trip as follows:

  • North to Loch Lomond via Dumbarton. Here we stopped at the heritage village of Luss on the banks of the Loch and visited the church in burial ground of which is a Viking-era ‘hogback’ grave marker which may date from the 9th century.

Hogback Grave Marker

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This evening, I am posting information on Achnambeithach, in the Glencoe region of the Scottish Highlands. This scenic viewpoint is best accessed via a turn off (left) when travelling south to north along the A82 on approach to Glencoe village. The water is the River Coe with Three Sisters (mountains) in the distance.

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Glencoe Folk Museum with traditional thatched roof.

Today, we drove 150 miles S.E. from Arisaig on Scotland’s N.W. coast to Glasgow in central Scotland.

En-route, our main focus of interest was Glencoe a region in the Scottish Highlands which has achieved recognition for:

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