Saturday, June 5, 2010

Tonight Jennifer and I were watching the sun set in a quiet bay just out of Ullapool. We couldn't believe it when we spotted two otters who came in really close chasing fish. We watched them for about 15 minutes, then as quickly as they appeared, they were gone.
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Juliet Robertson said...

Hi Stuart

You are in one of the best places in the world. Just north of Ullapool is fantastic.

I hope you enjoyed your visit to Strathconnon. I love the drive up the valley on the single track road.

Best wishes

Stuart Cumming said...

Hi Juliet yes I agree. This area is amazing. Strathconon was a great little school, I gathered some more good ideas. Unfortunatly they had a school inspection and were flat out so could only spare a short time with me.

Room 3 :) said...

Good afternoon Mr Cumming,
Sorry we havent written in a while but we have been looking through your blog each day.
Eddy: What was the mountain's name in the video?
Maggie: Who is the lady you were standing next to in the first photo?
Natishka: What was the thing in the second picture?
Danielle: We watched the mountain climbing video yesterday, why did you climb it?
Michael: The view from the cave must have been nice! :)

Stuart Cumming said...

Hi Rm 3...nice to have you back....Maggie, the lady in the photo is the organiser of the Conferenece I was at yesterday in Crieff in Scotland. The name of the mountain I climbed Eddy was Sgurr Alasdair which is the highest peak of the Black Cuillin, and the highest peak on the Isle of Skye. I climbed it Danielle, because I love climbing mountains and I love the views at the top...and I love seeing snow! The view from the cave was fantastic Michael...glad you enjoyed the photos Rm 3...keep working hard and see you next term! Mr Cumming


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