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Oct 1, 2013 - Along The Lochs

@@@@@@@ BACKGROUND Here’s what the Lonely Planet – Great Britain chapter on Inverness, The Highlands and the Northern Islands has to say about the Scottish Lochs: “Inverness, one of the fastest growing towns in Britain, is the capital of the Highlands. It’s a transport hub and jumping-off point for the central, western and northern Highlands, the Moray Firth coast and the Great Glen. The Great Glen is a geological fault running in an arrow-straight line across Scotland from Fort William to Inverness. The glaciers of the last ice age...

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Apr 25, 2007 - Loch Ness Monster

Today we drove up to Inverness then down along the Great Glen to alittle village in the mountains called Kinlochleven. It is between Fort William and Oban (which is where our NZ Stewart Island town got its name and I can see the similarities) For most of the day we drove alongside long, narrow Lochs (Lakes)and the Caledonian canal including Loch Ness where I did spot the Monster. It was very co-operative and smiled for my camera. These lakes are huge and put Lake Taupo to shame. There is enough water in Loch Ness alone to submerge all the...

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Karen's Travels 2007