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With 2 small babies we have thought it wise to set off as the weather has gives out snow warnings and treacherous driving conditions. Sitting here wishing this the waves are getting wine and it looks very bleak. On a whole, the views from
Windyhill and it’s surrounding areas are breath taking, and very picturesque. We didn’t end up doing that much as I don’t think or double buggy would of survived the
rigged terrain. We did go to owners for the beach for Ben, which he loved bless him the drive was quite long but those views made up her the drive. Ben also loved
the “Baas” as he called then which occupied him on the drives back to Windyhill. You’ll find that the single track road to Windyhill becomes the base of your life as
it takes about 30 mints to do 15 miles. There is a Summer field in Ullapool which does a wide reflections for being as someone mertuned the ‘smallest supermarket ever’
We would like to come back but I think we’ll wait until the buys are a bit older so we can do some of the walks and they can appreciate the scenery. Hope you enjoy your pray and hope the weather didn’t got that bad.
P.S Can’t wait for the 9hr drive!!
2nd – 9th April 2005 – “The Waltens” West Yorkshire