cheeseluvr Maybe it's because I have a twin brother @bfortney 11h

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cheeseluvr Even though there wasn't another soul for miles to hear us shout, I still felt like whispering 11h

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cheeseluvr The sun did interesting things that day 5d

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cheeseluvr Craggy, lumpy, and delectably bumpy. Can you see the three hikers taking in the view of Edinburgh? 6d

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cheeseluvr Bald is beautiful in Kilmartin Glen. Who loves ya, baby? 7d

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cheeseluvr Enchanted forest again. This photo is straight from the phone and I have not altered it at all - don't need to. It was a bitter sweet day because it was the best day of the trip but also the last day. I'll console myself with the knowledge that I'll be back again soon... 1w

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cheeseluvr Seriously, I'm not making this stuff up nor am I altering it. Go ahead and jump into this pool of tranquility and let the waves wash over you. 1w

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cheeseluvr I was lucky enough to take a walk through an enchanted forest yesterday - best day of the entire trip! It had rained earlier that morning so everything was lush and fresh and vibrant. And peaceful. It was overwhelmingly magnificent. Thank you so much @jamwrights !! 1w

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cheeseluvr Of course the last day of the trip is the most spectacular! I have never felt more at home than I did walking through the woods and land that happened to be a stones throw from where we were staying. It renews the soul. 1w

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cheeseluvr After Glen Etive we took a leisurely drive down the River Orchy. You really can't throw a rock without hitting beauty here. The most common phrase uttered by @a50schwartz and I on this trip: "Oh come on, seriously? This is real?" 2w

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cheeseluvr The sun tried really really hard to come out while we were in Glen Etive but it was no match for the fog & mist. I was totally cool with that. 2w

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cheeseluvr After Glencoe we took a drive down Glen Etive where the deer were thick along the road and didn't seem too troubled by us. 2w

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cheeseluvr From our hike through one of the many paths through Glencoe. It doesn't matter what the weather is doing, you are guaranteed a stellar show every single time. I think that is one of the most attractive things about Scotland. 2w
  •   cheeseluvr @ahnee book your ticket now - this place is unbelievable and the people are some of the best. I have never felt more welcome. 1w
  •   cheeseluvr Thank you @timholt - this place I alike a dream. A lovely, lovely dream. 1w
  •   poshpedlar It certainly sounds it.... what made you choose Scotland? 1w
  •   cheeseluvr I was drawn to the scenery but I think it mostly was fate @poshpedlar It never occurred to me that the reality of this place would surpass the imagined ideal, but I have been completely blown away. 😮😑 1w
  •   poshpedlar How lovely. Makes me feel fuzzy inside having just made life changing decision to live there... sort of reinforcement... instagram is fab! 1w
  •   cheeseluvr I'm so excited for you @poshpedlar - you'll have a grand adventure!! 1w
  •   crazy_4swayze I love that photo, the word I think of is serene 1w
  •   cheeseluvr Spot on @crazy_4swayze - this was my face for most of the hike: 😮😑 1w

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cheeseluvr Yesterday @a50schwartz and I drove back to Glencoe to explore. When we drove through on Monday my camera wasn't working and we didn't have any time to stop and hike. As you can see it was well worth a second trip. If you want a sense of scale, that white dot on the far left edge of this pic is a truck. The grandeur of the landscape is constantly overwhelming, in an awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, fantastic way. 2w

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cheeseluvr View from the Fortress Dunadd. It might not look like much now but more than 1300 years ago Kings from Ireland came here to settle in the kingdom they called Dàl Rialta. They and their people were known at Scotti - giving their name to the land that we now know as Scotland. Um, I carried a watermelon. 2w

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cheeseluvr Dunchraigaig standing stones in Kilmartin Glen. There are 6 cairns, a stone henge (not THE stone henge) and a couple of standing stone sights all within a couple miles of each other, here in the glen. Today it's all farm fields with well-structured and signed hiking paths for people to explore. Scotland has done an excellent job creating and maintaining this wealth of history that's accessible for anyone to check out. High-five! 2w
  •   timholt Please stay and keep documenting everything! 2w
  •   cheeseluvr Haha @timholt I would LOVE to, I just need to start a gofundme. Was a nod to you with the well-signed comment. 🏼 2w
  •   brizzlebriz Did you sacrifice that goat that you saw earlier? Sweet pics 2w
  •   cheeseluvr @brizzlebriz I'll neither confirm nor deny anything but I will say, salad's got nuttin on this mutton 2w
  •   brizzlebriz 🐐 2w
  •   deltadawn1 You going to stones of Stennes?? @cheeseluvr 2w
  •   kilmartincastle Did you check out our castle? 1w
  •   cheeseluvr @kilmartincastle Unfortunately I missed you guys which is a shame. Will definitely be visiting you when I come back!! 1w

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cheeseluvr Ran into this little fella as I was walking through a field to look at a cairn. Wasn't sure if he was alive or dead at first but then I saw him breathe and realized he was having the best nap of his short little life so far. Look at the smile on his face - he was napping GOOD. Never even knew I was there taking a picture. Nice work little lamb, nice work. 2w

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cheeseluvr View from the top of Carnasserie Castle with Kilmartin Glen in the background. Those white specs in the deep background are sheep. Bah. 2w

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cheeseluvr Carnasserie Castle in Kilmartin Glen was built in the 1560's so it's fairly "new" in this area. It was a moody day so we went to a moody castle. What castle isn't a little moody though? No castle I wanna know, that's for sure! 2w

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