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We did get up it though and enjoyed a good downhill into Stirling. Not up to the standard we have had so far but still eatable. Fort William was the goal for today and not a massive amount of miles but a bit of a climb.
Stirling was just a town we passed through and 3 roundabouts later we took a left and joined the A84 and headed up the 14 miles to Callander. We went ok though and got to Crianlarich for a cup of coffee or dinner!
It was very nice to see and I will be using it later.
Was good surface though and so we actually got there first.Hotel in centre of town, room above live music venue! Maybe it’s lots of biking that’s making it feel good, although we had our first hit by a car today. Gave me a bit of a shock but he would have got an earful if he had stopped!!I did manage to shout IDIOT and shake my fist at him, in a Christian kind of way I add ;-) Martin the postman has been telling Dave for the last couple of weeks you’re not in Scotland until you pass Glen Coe Bridge so we made it in and had a nice ride up the side of Loch Linnhe. They were too nice just to have 1 Left Fort William and travelled towards Spean Bridge, passing the commando memorial that is on the road side.Was a tad sad and I thought Dave’s tears may fetch the proprietor out but he just drank his coffee and shook his head Carried on and got up to Overtown and stopped at a garden centre which was absolutely heaving and we got ourselves some coffee and had a sandwich and the odd cake.Just followed this road up through Newmains, Aidrie, Cumbernauld and then up to Kilsyth.