On this day last September (2022) cousin Stu and I started out on the West Highland Way in Scotland, from Milngavie to Fort William. All 96 miles (154 km) of it. Now, I did blog the highlights last October – once my feet had recovered enough that I could walk to the computer. But I thought I would post a few more pictures from each day of the walk, one year later.
Here’s the previous blog if you want to shortcut the next series of posts. 😉
I’ve borrowed a map from the official page, and considering how much much Stu and I spent on beer, cider, and food, I can live with stealing a digital map! 🙂 But it helps me recall the painful episodes, I mean points of interest, along the way.
I should probably also mention things like we were meant to do this back in 2019, but COVID19 happened. And then, there’s the whole “returning to Scotland” thing that takes me back to December 2000 when we left Glasgow for Denmark. So, there was plenty to see along the way, and most of it was familiar. I just don’t remember it being quite so painful.
But we’ll get to that.
But before the pain, lets enjoy the fresh faced fellas in the top picture in Milngavie.
And the grand Scottish countryside below the aforementioned fresh faced fellas!