Mull to Loch Lomond

After getting of the ferry we took the most indirect and scenic route to our final stop at he southern end of Loch Lomond.

We visted the Bridge over the Atlantic had lunch on the Isle of Seil.

Then it was inland and on to Lomond Woods campsite at Balloch.

The campsite was a bit of a shock, there was nothing wrong with it, it was just enormous and busy, we’d grown accustomed to small and not very busy!

After a long drive we treated ourselves to a meal out in town, after a walk to the loch and pint in one of the pubs.

Before the drive home we visited the local bird of prey centre (very difficult to find, it’s behind the garden centre.  I mean, really behind it, you have to walk through the garden centre to get to it),

visited the Maid of the Loch, a steam ship that is being rennovated and the steam slip way, where for a small donation you can sound the steam whistle 🙂

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