On the Military Road

Well that was fun.  This is Stratherrick war memorial, the shot taken from the first of General Wade’s Military Roads (he built a number), which since the late 1720s has run the length of the Great Glen between Fort William and Inverness, with the occasional diversion slightly east, such as here.  All to be explained in forthcoming posts.  And check out the weather.  Scotland in April.

I will get round to responding to your comments from the past week in due course.

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2 Responses to On the Military Road

  1. Sid from Down Under says:

    Welcome home – A misst ye sae muckle! Hope you brought a Haggis or three back wi ye

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