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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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Friendly Red Deer at King House Hotel, Glencoe

This evening, we are in Arisaig, a small coastal village on the West of Scotland with sea views across the Sound of Arisaig and the isle of Eigg. Legend has it the real Long John Silver lived and worked in this area before becoming a fictional character created by R.L. Stevenson.

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Cromarty Firth, Scotland.

This evening, I am posting information on the Cromarty Firth in the north of Scotland. This Firth is an 18 mile long and narrow stretch of water, running roughly N.E.-S.W., which separates Easter Ross on the mainland from the Black Isle. (Latter is not a true island.) This stretch of water connects with the North Sea at the Sutors of Cromarty which is close to the village of Cromarty. Cromarty is about twenty-three miles N.E. of Inverness.

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