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WELCOME TO NOVEMBER.

The YAMster and her blogpal, Kay, had a F A B u lous road trip. Needless to say, you are going to be reading all about it. To get things started though, and to whet your appetite...









































You'll guess from the first one that the traditional weather of this Bonny Land held true, and many a shower was with us. Did it stop us? Most certainly not!

It turned out that the already mild and relatively dry autumn weather held for us at all the right times for getting in those photo ops which are so essential to this kind of adventure. More, the low sun, bright autumn colours and grizzly skies, lent ATMOSPHERE +++
...and of course, there was lots of the bucolic also...
Expect to see lots of this geographic feature. Suilven. YAM's most favourite mountain in the world. 
(...and that's saying something!)
A panoramic... The village on the right is Kilmichael.
Click to biggify - it's worth it!

16 comments:

  1. Suilven! Just what we were hoping for!
    Gail tells me that she and Hamish once climbed it, so maybe one day she'll take me too. She says its not quite so scary as it appears from a distance but that the approach walk is long (and boggy).
    Now that you've thoroughly whetted our appetites, do we really have to wait 24 hours for more pics...?
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  2. I am so excited to see all the photos.
    Suilven is a beautiful mountain. I have never met a mountain I didn't love. I am a mountain girl stuck in the Piedmont of NC.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  3. Bring on the photos!

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  4. Hello, lovely scenic views from your trip! Enjoy your new week ahead!

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  5. On the road again ~ oh I love seeing road trips. That stone fence reminds me of the ones we see down in the southern part of Kentucky.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  6. What a mountain. How high up did you drive?

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    1. Hari OM
      Our highest driving point was just below 1200 metres - but that was inland on Rannoch Moor. Suilven is 791 metres. More on that in due course! Yxx

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  7. YAY… I luffs seeing the world through your travels Aunty Yam, you go such lovely places
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  8. OMD YaYa... we are Already LOVING THIS ADVENTURE... the pics are Super...
    More MORE M O R E..

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  9. What beautiful scenery. We can't wait to hear more.

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  10. It been a while since I been on road trip.
    Coffee is on

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  11. Road trips are the best! Can't wait to read all about the one you took with Kay.

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  12. Lovely pictures!! Can't wait for more!
    hugs
    MR Bailey, hazel & mabel

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  13. You know you had me at "Road Trip" :-). Looking forward to every detail!!

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  14. I was so sad Kay couldn't visit me, but happy to see your photos!

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