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Today as I drove and hiked around North Skye, I was in awe of its simple beauty.  I will let the pictures tell the story as I am exhausted (good exhausted) and heading home tomorrow to be greeted by husband and daughter, both of which I appreciate and thank for giving me this time to […]

A Skye Day

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The countryside is just breath taking here in Skye.  And the weather, well, we’ve had just about everything, but nothing can dampen (I don’t loosely choose my words here) ones spirit when paddling some place as beautiful as Skye.  Friendly folks too, as I entered the pub tonight, one of the locals calls over “How […]

Although a windy week, a bit of an understatement, as it’s been blowing Force 8 with gusts of 9, today calmed down to F7-all out of the north but coming around to the west with a bit of quieting after noon-we still managed to get out, paddle hard, with our eyes closed nonetheless.  Anyone having […]

A day in the classroom

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Thank goodness I gave myself a couple days to acclimate to Scotland time and do a bit of tromping about the hills before joining Gordon for a navigation blitz.  There were a few just off the plane as of last night who were a bit blurry eyed.  The good news is that I finally got […]



What does Scotland have in common with the Pacific Northwest? Hiking the sponge The details to arriving in Scotland are the usual travel woes but for the most part uneventful.  The fun began when I rented the car in Inverness and immediately went to the driver’s side (wrong) passenger’s side to get in.  I have […]