Along the journey

During my trip and certainly before and after I am going to tell about what I find along the journey. Topics may be material, travel planning, thoughts and emotions, and anything else which comes along and I find interesting enough. I am looking forward to any reaction, any thought, and any comment by you, dear reader.

After the great course of the day yesterday, a relaxation day was planned for today anyway. At first I had to get over the fact that the heavy rain that woke me up was only occasionally replaced by less heavy rain.

Today's stage actually just led me along the famous Loch Ness. Fort Augustus, the small place where I spent the night, is something like the southern border town to Loch Ness. My plan was to make it to Fortrose today, north-east of Inverness. There is not only a remarkable golf course, but also a lighthouse, at whose base larger groups of people meet regularly.

A terrible night introduced this quite wholesome day. Once again a metaphor for life.

Nothing really happened on the stage from Fort William to Fort Augustus.

On the following day of rest I wanted to play on the local golf course, Glencruitten. Even though it was certainly not one of the most important courses in Scotland, I remembered it from some description. And indeed there was a good reason for it.


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