It’s our final day in Glen Affric today before we move on to Mull. We had a lazy start and saw Peter and Linda off, as they were heading home. Mary and Les went off to explore another glen while we opted to explore nearby Plodder Falls; an impressive waterfall set in woodlands planted by Lord Tweedmouth in the 1800s, the piece de resistance being the towering Douglas Firs and Redwoods. Following our short walk we made our way back to the site spotting a superb male goosander on the way. Tomorrow we look forward to our journey to Mull involving two ferries.
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