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Despite the pewter sky, Loch Lomond lived up to TP’s description as ‘the most beautiful of the Caledonian Lakes’ (1769 p.
223) – strange though that he only noticed dense oak woods on the eastern bank of the loch, as if the west side (carrying General Caulfield’s military road, and now the A82) was bare of trees.
Paul, Minnesota 3rd Callum Moffat, Lockerbie, Scotland 4th Calum Watson, Lasswade, Ontario 5th Connor Sinclair Judges: Colin Mac Lellan, Jack Taylor, Stuart Samson Open Jig 1st Cameron Macdougall, Nigg, Scotland 2nd James Mac Hattie, Summerside, Prince Edward Island 3rd Andrew Carlisle, Pittsburgh 4th Ben Duncan 5th Gordon Mc Cready Judges: Ian Duncan, Michael Grey, Rhona Lightfoot Weather throughout the day was spectacular, and one of the finest enjoyed at the Argyllshire Gathering in recent memory.
Stay tuned to pipes|drums for results from the sister competition to the Argyllshire Gathering, the Northern Meeting, to be held at Inverness, Scotland, September 1st and 2nd, where the world’s elite solo pipers will compete for the Clasp, the Gold and Silver medals and the Silver Star MSR, among other events.
Living in a smaller community, with more on-call and reliance on healthcare professionals, brings specific challenges but can also offer fantastic levels of personal and professional satisfaction.
We have recently joined the North of Scotland Rural Track Programme.
I did nearly reverse into a ditch at one point, which would have been a bad start to our trip.We decided on the way out to Dumbarton that we’d follow the direction of TP’s 1769 route into Argyll from Tyndrum to Bunawe on Loch Etive, rather than turning off at Tarbert for Inveraray, in order to follow his Cladich-Tarbert itinerary in reverse.After all, we are bound for the ancient lost city of Beregonium!We decided to stop off on our drive north at Inveraray Castle on the shores of Loch Fyne – with a journey time of just under two hours from Troon.Not only is it a stunning place, but it's also the home of the Clan Campbell – so myself, Mrs Campbell and baby Campbell felt right at home.