|Uterus with a 5 month fetus|
|sheep proof gate|
|Yeah, we climbed lots of stairs|
|it was cold, and windy|
Our last stop was the Village of Luss. Luss is a teeny tiny little town right on the shore of Loch Lomond. Gary took us on a path around the village called the Quary Path. Rightfully named because most of the slate shingles were once mined in this area. Along the path we stopped by a beautiful river and waterfall. It was pretty muddy/slippery and a long way down so we basically risked our lives to take some pictures (even though STS's golden rule is "Just don't die." Sorry Gary!). We lagged behind a bit in the area, which we were allowed to do, then finished the path and took another one that lead us to a quaint little church and graveyard. Past that we found a beach area on the Loch. The perfect spot for some jumping pictures. We then headed out onto the pier for some landscape-type pictures of the Loch. After that we wandered back through the village to the bus, stopping in a shop for a postcard along the way. It was a long day but it sure was gorgeous. I did slip and fall once but I was only with Becca and she missed it so I was safe from ridicule. It was quite graceful if I do say so myself. We finally made it back to Glasgow, managed the chilly walk back to our apartments then I put on pjs, made some tea, and cuddled in bed. All in all I would say a very successful day indeed.
|Got it on the first try|