You Are Here:→Scotland→The Adventure Begins in Scotland: Glasgow to Loch Ness The Adventure Begins in Scotland: Glasgow to Loch Ness Nathaniel Hall4 years ago1 min. read Early on the drive up we stopped for lunch at a town called Crianlarich. The first sign of food was a tea room at the train station. Outside the tearoom in Crianlarich Adrian freezing long enough for a pic Selfies are tough with a normal camera About to enter some snow Finally some sunlight! And sheep! Stopped at Loch Lochy (yep) and watched this fellow attempt to cross the road. First time seeing a pheasant, reminded us of Roald Dahl’s Danny the Champion of the World View of River Ness from Inverness Castle On our morning walk we went up to Inverness Castle. Touring the Urquhart Castle on the coast of Loch Ness. Built a long time ago and really cold! Locked up for possession of too many toiletries (that Nate has to carry) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Share this article : 11 thoughts on “The Adventure Begins in Scotland: Glasgow to Loch Ness” Are at least some of the pics from that camera? Love them all. Panoramas good. Keep them coming and remember to try to get some with you in them 🙂 Reply All in the first post are from the camera 🙂 Reply Dying at that last caption 😂 Reply 2 conditioners! 🙄 Reply Adrian and her damn toiletries!! Have you pulled off a Kilt yet? Or is it too damn cold? Reply Too cold for the kilt, saving it for later in the trip. Just need the bagpipes now Reply Looks awesome (and cold)! Reply Please post more pictures and don’t forget to call into the MAP meeting every once in a while! – MAP Team Reply Haha I’ve been trying to call in but the wifi is just bad enough for it to fail! It’s so weird! Reply Two things: 1) it can’t be too cold for a kilt. 2) no Loch Ness monster pics? Reply Ha! Loved them all (Loch Lochy … Lake Lakey … hmm) … Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.