We’ve been discussing it for days. I have said I don’t want to do that walk again. I remember how hard it was last time – especially the climb at the end. I make it very clear that I don’t want it.
We do the walk. 17.5 kilometres passing Loch na Sealga and Gleann Chaorachain. What lovely names! The walk is hard. And all the time I’m waiting for that difficult climb.
It never comes. There is no difficult climb at the end. Where did it go?
We realise that last time we did that walk in reverse, so that today’s scramble down the steep hill in the morning was our evening climb ten years ago. What a relief!
The never-far-away midges make an appearance this evening, but the fish and chips in a pub restaurant in Ullapool are excellent, as are the potato soup and apple crumble. So now I can add another tick – of the inanimate variety.
|Eat ploughman’s lunch in pub||X|
|Eat fish and chips||√|
|Eat salt and vinegar crisps||√|
|Eat scones with jam and cream||X|
|If summer, feel rain||√|
|Buy underwear in M&S||X|