I got asked by Moira Brown to travel around Scotland for a week handing out her book Questioning Lockdown. As I had just been suspended without pay for taking a stand against the covid bullshit, I had some time on my hands and so Emma and I hit the road.
It was raining pretty hard when we arrived in Callander and Emma’s toe was still in a bad way, so rather than pitch up the tent in the wet conditions we decided to hand out some books in Callander and then double back to take some photos of it at Rob Roy’s grave in Balquhidder.
We were now on the way back to more familiar territory and saw this beautiful spot not long after we passed through Glencoe. We ended up turning back to take photos here so I hope you appreciate them.
As I had taken Emma to Culloden to show here where Bonnie Prince Charlie’s uprising ended, I thought I should take her to Glenfinnan to show her where it started. Then we found an absolutely amazing spot to pitch the tent and even got a fire going that evening.
After meeting up with Moira and her friend Lewis we walked up Fort William High Street giving out some books and were met with a lot of hostility and damn right rudeness.
Ullapool has a reputation for being one of the most beautiful towns in Scotland so we headed up there to see for ourselves as well as being able to show the scene to you guys. It was a bit late by the time we got there but thankfully we found a place to sleep…….and it was a very isolated one.