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Alastair's Holiday around Pitlochry
Day 15


After doing the mountain walk I thought it would be fun to do the clan trail around Loch Rannoch and take pictures at each stopping point...


Just to show you need to be aware of sheep at the side of the road.  Came across the "Forge" who also do their own Heather Honey which is excellent


Couple of shots from inside the shop... heather honey was going fast!


Two road signs on the way up to the walk


The local Store and inside view


And they do have a local fire brigade

And as I was now back at Loch Rannoch I could now start the "Clan Trail"


Clan MacDonald


The Gibet Tree (1754)


Clan Menzies


Shows my new hire car and the clearing where an old camp fire has been


Clan MacGregor


The Redcoats


Spotted some Highland cattle on the way


The MacDougall Clan


Clan Cameron


This stop is by a very old graveyard with many Camerons buried there


Clan Robertson


Clan Stewart


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