|looking north to Glen Etive, Easter Monday|
Yesterday we drove up from the Connel Bridge, where the Falls of Lora were in full flow, past Ardchattan Priory to Bonawe where the public road ends. We parked up and set off east ,towards the head of the loch.
|looking north from slightly further south, yesterday|
In the best tradition of Winnie the Pooh we fortified ourselves with ".....pro, pro, things we take with us..." and stopped for a picnic lunch along the way.
|everyone got a picnic|
Now Loch Etive is nearly 20 miles long and even though we'd started our walk nearly half way along we had no plans to walk all the way to the head of the loch, we were aiming for the spot we'd turned around on our eastward trek. But tempted by signs for this bridge
|quite a bouncy bridge....|
we took a detour, passed by this offgrid hideaway and then after finding ourselves in quite a boggy spot had a final cup of coffee and decided it was probably time to head back home.
If you like the sound of this walk you can find another description here.
Today I was pleasantly surprised that I wasn't too stiff but my toes were sooooo happy sunshine let them get some respite from boots.
|putting my feet up, today|
Soon we're off on a mini break back to Edinburgh so I'm hoping to report on some nice clean sheets. Last time we stayed at the Novotel on Lauriston Place but this time we'll be trying out somewhere new. I'll be sure to let you know.