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Re: Lowest and highest cattle…
by KeithW View the latest post
Sun May 16, 2021 08:47
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The B8056 is one of the very picturesque dead-end coastal roads that are found in Wester Ross.
This road starts in a narrow glen south of Gairloch and heads east, immediately crossing an old stone-arch bridge, before reaching the shore at Shieldaig. From here on, the sea is almost always in sight as we progress slowly along the road, weaving in and out, waiting patiently in the passing places, and wishing that
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