Scottish weather at the finish line

We exchanged greetings with several fellow trekkers at the finish.

The skies over the Highlands opened for our ninth day of walking from Glasgow. The rain also kept crowds at home as we walked into the end of the West Highland Way in Fort William largely unnoticed.

Days of rain: Just one!

Miles: about 108

We are due to start the Great Glen Way to Inverness Sunday, but if it is still raining, we may opt for a bus to our first bed and breakfast.

For now, it is time to find a pub to celebrate!

 

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8 thoughts on “Scottish weather at the finish line

  1. Trish

    Well done folks

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  2. carole

    Well done you two! marvellous!! We do hope the weather improves as you start your next stage! C & B xx

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  3. Right on: you are more and more looking the part- tough trekkies

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  4. Malcolm @

    Well done but you can’t go on the bus just because it is raining !!!!!!! Malcolm

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  5. John

    Hi both. Well done well done well done !!!  Finish line must have been a very welcome sight. Enjoy the success- and a few drinks!!   John 

    Sent from my Galaxy Ace on O2

    carryoncoup

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  6. Lori Tierney

    Happy trails, and keep on walking. I am so enjoying living vicariously through your posts as my knee heels. You have inspired me to live my dreams and I will soon be in the Amazon.

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  7. Kathy Chappell

    Yay! Another milestone! Congratulations and now on to your next adventure. Good luck!

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  8. Jamey

    Nicely done, Dear Spittles! On to the next!

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