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A penny farthing, a picnic and some pints


Breakfast this morning was one of our unorthodox picnics, with food from The Co-op. It's amazing the spread you can get for under £5! Even more amazing was the man riding his penny farthing down the hill, cruising along and lifting his feet off the pedals. As you do.
At Ardbeg distillery we had our first ever male tour guide - whoa! It was a fun tour, including two Canadians we had met the day before at Laphroaig. Great minds think alike!
After our tasting (and delicious lunch), we had a very sneaky quick stop at Lagavulin before making it back to Port Askaig for the ferry. It was another smooth sailing, and then two hours later we were back at Kennacraig.
A short drive later, we arrived in Bridgend and were welcomed into the Horseshoe Inn immediately. It was peak hour in there, but Neville caught the eye of a stunning highland coo called Lady McSporran and that was it - love at first sight. Pat made a new best friend, Phillip, who loved having his belly rubbed. After a few pints, it was back home for Scottish lasagna and time to sample our recently bottled Laphroaig with people who truly appreciated them.

Posted by Buccas 00:16 Archived in Scotland

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