The Bonny, Bonny Banks…

Despite the drizzle today, our 14 mile walk along the banks of Loch Lomand was beautiful. I can only imagine how spectacular it is in the sunshine! We climbed up and down along an ever-narrowing trail that at times seemed never ending.

We had the trail to ourselves much of the day. Little cottages dotted the trail and waterfalls were numerous.

Surprises met us around every corner.

We were rewarded with fields and hillsides of wild bluebells, several interesting bridges to cross and (my favorite sighting) a herd of wild goats.

Little did we know that our biggest reward of all was awaiting us at the end of the trail!

 

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7 thoughts on “The Bonny, Bonny Banks…

  1. Really nice photos, I really love the countryside, so quite so relaxing!!! 🙂

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    • 2orangebags

      Thank you so much. We love Scotland, so green and beautiful.

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      • I have never been in Scotland, it seems really wild and beautiful, (Actually I’m looking for a Scotland tour from London) 🙂

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      • 2orangebags

        It is a great country. We lived near St. Andrews for a year back in 1997/1998. We’ve been fortunate to be able to return several times. It always feels like coming home.

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      • Wow, really nice, thank you very much for the information 🙂

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  2. Your pictures really make it look like something out of a fairy tale!

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    • 2orangebags

      Yes, there is a lot of charm and magic to be found in Scotland.

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