Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Coastal Path in London – The Shard

Although walking the coast of Britain is our primary objective, we also have a side mission – to go to the top of every one of the World Federation of Great Towers.  There are 45 of them.  If we really … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Scotland – Dalmore and the Cromarty Firth

On Day 2 of our Scotland trip we visited Dalmore Distillery.  Dalmore sits on the north bank of the Cromarty Firth.  This is a picturesque setting, as we saw when we took a wander up the pier after our tour. As … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Scotland – Dornoch

In June of 2014 I was back up in Scotland for a meeting with my friend Campbell.  Whenever we are in Scotland we try to visit some distilleries and we also try to fit in a walk along the coast.  … Continue reading

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73 – Bournemouth

It was a short walk today. We zipped up Bournemouth Pier. We looked east. And then we looked west. We zipped back down the pier. I stopped to take a picture of a strange ball bearing-like thing which sat on … Continue reading

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72c – Boscombe to Bournemouth

When we left Boscombe Pier, one of our party showed us that walking wasn’t strenuous enough for all of his pent-up energy. The walk from Boscombe Pier to Bournemouth Pier is just under 1½ miles.  My brothers (bonkers, both of … Continue reading

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