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Speyside Cooperage

The Speyside Cooperage is on most of the “must see” lists for the Speyside region. Since the cooperage was walking distance from our hotel and we arrived a bit early, we were able to walk over and tour the distillery the afternoon we arrived. Read more

Craigellachie and Speyside

The final third of our trip is a visit to Speyside, an area of Scotland that is known for its whisky distilleries. Some of the best-known single malt makers are located in the Speyside region, including the Macallan, the Glenfiddich, and the Balvenie distilleries. Read more

The best and the worst

Although I was the primary photographer on our trip, I did occasionally hand the camera over to Eugene so that there would be a shot or two of me included in our photo albums.

Somehow Eugene managed to take the WORST EVER picture of me. And I mean worst ever. Read more

Day 6: Drumnadrochit to Inverness

Day 6, Drumnadrochit to Inverness
Approximately 20 miles. Or 1, if you’re us. But who’s counting?

That’s right, today we cheated. We resigned. We chose to play on our vacation, rather than walk. We learned about Nessie, explored a castle, and cruised the loch. We didn’t walk the trail at all, except the bits that took us from Tramps to castle. Read more

Day 5: Invermoriston to Drumnadrochit

Day 5, Invermoriston to Drumnadrochit
Approximately 15 miles. Or maybe 16. Definitely our longest day! Read more