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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings

29/05/12

We've just got back from three weeks in Scotland in Florence. The first week we drove up via Braemar to Ullapool for the book festival. ...  read more ...

22/06/09

Only a few weeks after my last sailing adventure in Scotland I've just got back from another expedition up there. ...  read more ...

01/06/08

After wibbling on in a "things I did on my holiday" manner for the last fortnight I suppose I should try to draw some conclusion so here goes.  read more ...

29/05/08

This morning I phoned CalMac and asked them if we could change our booking off Mull from Sunday to Friday. Nope. All full. We were very pissed off with the midges ...  read more ...

28/05/08

Today it was time to conquer Ben More, Mull's only Munro. It's another hard hill as you start as sea level and given how hard we both found the last hill ...  read more ...

27/05/08

A better day today. A visit to Tobermory in the morning included a tour around the distillery there and a delightful lunch at the fish restaurant ...  read more ...

26/05/08

After yesterday we were all still more than a bit knackered so we had a lie in and then a lazy morning. ...  read more ...

25/05/08

The two highest hills on Mull are a "Munro" called Ben More and a "Corbett" called Dùn da Ghaoithe and today we climbed the latter.  read more ...

24/05/08

Jake's left eye has been weeping and looking red to the first task today was to try to get to see the only vet on Mull. Which we succeeded in doing ...  read more ...

23/05/08

It was raining when we went to bed last night and windy too (although nothing new there - it's been windy all week) and at 6am we got up, an hour earlier than planned...  read more ...

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