Saturday, October 4, 2008

Glenmore Lodge

Yesterday started early.  My new blogging skills are not what you could call... efficient.  I turned in at 2am and was up again at 6.  Steve had to be at Glenmore Lodge, Scotland's National outdoor center, by 8am.  It's a little over an hour north from Aberfeldy.  

It's no problem really, because it was a fairly mellow day.  I mostly was there to meet more people to paddle with.  I got the chance to catch up with Gordon Brown and make tentative plans to go paddling out at the Isle of Skye later in the month.  

Beyond that I observed the last day of the Coach Level 5 training, walked the grounds, and continued to prepare for my Coach Level III assessment on the 18th and 19th.

Glenmore Lodge entryway

The Lodge and surrounding grounds

The Lodge sea boat selection

The view from the lodge

After we left Glenmore Lodge, we returned home to Aberfeldy.  I had my first driving experience on the wrong, I mean left, side of the road.  I went into town for a quick stop at the food co-op before I returned to watch the kids while Steve and Rachel were out for a dinner gathering.  The kids and I took in a movie and turned in.         


Main street Aberfeldy


The co-operative food market

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Paul,

Your mom sent me the blog site and I am really enjoying it.

I plan to continue following your adventures.

Best always,

Paul Ingram
Santa Rosa, CA

Thomas B said...

The Isle of Skye is beautiful Paul. I spent a week there about camping and hiking about ten years ago. What a great trip you are having.