4 comments on “Slow and Curious

  1. Nice one, for putting 2 and 2 together, about the med. Never again, when faced with a hill at the end of the day, will you think…nah, i’ll tackle it in the morning.

    It’s really beautiful up the west coast, isn’t it? I vaguely remember Laargs? (my mother in Law, joined a convent there) bizarre I know?

    Caroline x

  2. Hi Graeme, I tried to send a couple of photos, but couldn’t get the email address right. Can you confirm it for me please? … Hope you got out of Wester Ross before the rainshowers hit. Good luck with the rest of the ride.
    Ruth (Second Coast)

    • Hi Ruth
      my email address is graemewillgress@yahoo.co.uk. I look foreard to seeing the photos. I’m in blzing sunshine on Mull now, heading for the mainland tomorrow before a quick hop over Arran. There was just one day when it rained all day and I holed up in Applecross whilst Eva carried on. we just cleared the Torridons in lovely weather and half an hour later it was bucketing down.
      It was great to see you, thanks for your wonderful hospitality.
      See you again I hope
      Graeme ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Hey Graeme, I was camped beside you at Ullapool. Was great to meet you – all the best for the rest of your journey. On another note I ordered that Tibetan book + looking forward to it.

    Cheers, Kev.

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