After paying our bill at Farr Cottage and getting some breakfast from the supermarket, we begin a leisurely drive south to Glasgow for the flat-warming. We followed the edge of Loch Linnhe down to North Ballachulish and across the bridge to South Ballachulish and through Ballachulish to the beautifully-situated village of Glencoe, sitting on the shore of Loch Leven at the end of Glen Coe. As we came to the eastern end of Glen Coe we pointed out to Bruce where the West Highland Way runs, then turned south past the Kings House Hotel to the western edge of Rannoch Moor.
We were all getting a wee bit peckish by now, but we drove straight through Tyndrum and Crianlarich as we knew we had to take Bruce to the treat that is The Drover’s Inn for lunch, and yet again it didn’t disappoint.
Heading down the shore of Loch Lomond, we decided to stop at Balloch. There were plenty of swans on the river.
And then after a week in the hills it was back into the depressing urbanity of Glasgow in time for the flat-warming.