Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Fairy Lochs


A post for Spiral Dancer - This is a magical wee spot up in the hills near you. You probably know it well but I was surprised to hear about it only 2 yrs ago. I think they are known as the Fairy Lochs. That is my wife and my mother on the wee island, back in 2007. It amazes me how well my mother gets around despite having only very limited vision left.

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  1. OH I haven't been there for a long time I know it well..they were put in by the people who live there , there is a great tree at the castle ruins also known as the fairy tree.. Your mother looks familiar! LOL I am a bus user, so maybe I have seen her one the local, thank you so much for this! So nice to see it.. :)

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  2. Hi Rockhopper..........Where is the rock..

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  3. I just blogged some pics taken a while back with some kids in there..should look familiar to you..
    :)

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  5. I'll try that again!

    Hi Spottedwolf, the rock outcrop at the top of my blog is hornblende gneiss and it is on the north side of Loch Maree here in the Highlands of Scotland. A beautiful place when the sun shines.

    Hi Spiral D. I didn't know there was a castle too. We just went as far as the ponds and returned!
    You will have seen her on the bus at some time, she is always hopping into Dunoon and usually it's the bus.

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  6. I clicked on the image and saw it big and it is grand!

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  7. Got the name wrong - It should have been the Chinese Lakes not the Fairy Lakes. Ooops!

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