Day 18 – Croy Hill to Drymen

Day 18 – Croy Hill to Drymen

Limits. What are they? What’s there purpose ? Barriers of the mind…

Todays a turning point & from today we leave behind canal walking for the West Highland Way. We walk the canal for several miles where it turns in a disused railway line. Walking through several picturesque villages & admiring the change scenery. The Campsie Fells domi ates the north.

Walkers welcome
Walkers welcome
Campsie fells
Campsie fells

We eventually hit the West Highland Way..

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West Highland Way

The West Highland way takes us into the lovely town of Drymen. We arrive at a bunkhouse called Kip in the kirk, and welcomed warmly by the kind staff. This place is a gem and really feels like a home away from home. Our stinky clothes are washed and dried, we were fed home made South African milk tart. walkers pass through here with bags of enthusiasm and I can say I left here with some new friends.

Samanthas delicious milk tart
Samanthas delicious milk tart

One thought on “Day 18 – Croy Hill to Drymen

  1. Awesome to meet you at Kip in the Kirk B&B. Hope u enjoy our hospitality. You are a great bunch of guys doing an amazing thing for your community. All the best!!

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