Monthly Archives: July 2010

29th July Bealach na Ba ‘Pass of the Cattle’

We kept a keen eye on the weather forecast and it kept saying that Thursday was going to be dry, so we made plans to ‘do’ the Pass of the Cattle to the village of Applecross.  The name kept cropping … Continue reading

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28th July Corrieshalloch Gorge

About 25 –30 miles away from the site is the Corrieshalloch Gorge, now managed by the National Trust for Scotland. As it has been raining (extensively) for most of July we decided to use it to our benefit and go … Continue reading

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27th July Rubha Reidh Lighthouse

Hallelujah, it has stopped raining!  Taking every opportunity we can now we got out and rode out to Rubha Reidh Lighthouse, north of Gairloch.  It was built in 1910-1912 and up until 1962 the only way to access it was … Continue reading

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21st July Ullapool

As we have a couple more months left up here we decided we needed to make another trip to Ullapool to stock up on essentials.  We managed to get away early Monday morning and were in Ullapool by 10am, having … Continue reading

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15th July Crash Bars!

We had wind and heavy rain through the night and when we woke this morning it was still raining heavy. Just what you want when going on a bike ride to Inverness. We were booked in at the motorbike dealers … Continue reading

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