18 April 2013

inversnaid to invernarnan

The day with the shortest distance and hardest terrain; my personal favorite. Three and a half miles of very rough going followed by three and a half miles of up-ish-ness. Up down around over under trees rocks rivers and sheep. The views were even more stunning than the day before.

The LORD was good to us and kept the rain back until we had passed the most treacherous parts of the trail. The sun started to play in beams across the hills beyond and cats’ paws flitted atop the water towards us.

12:00 noon saw us sitting atop a mossy boulder eating what food we had with us and then heading into the simpler second stage of the day.

The scenery continued to become more and more beautiful.

The Way carried us to the very northernmost tip of Loch Lomond, completing our walk of its entire length. After climbing up onto a crag, we looked south down the Loch and sang hymns about the greatness of our God. How I wish I could give you all pictures that capture the beauty, but this is the best I could do.

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