Date of walk: 2/3/19
Arisaig House was built in 1863 by Arts & Crafts architect Philip Webb. In WW2, the house was run by the Special Operations Executive for paramilitary training to prepare agents for missions in Occupied Europe.
Solitary confinement cell next to Arisaig House, in which trainee agents were locked up for days on end before being put through mock interrogations, Scotland.
Arisaig House, Scotland.
Solitary confinement cell, Arisaig House, Scotland.
Arisaig House hidden amongst the Rough Bounds, Scotland.
An Stac from Arisaig, Scotland.
Shadow and stone. Rhu Peninsula, Scotland.
The rain settles in over the Sound of Arisaig, Scotland.
Entwine. Rhu Peninsula, Scotland.
Fisherman’s Boot, Rhu Peninsula, Scotland.
The Rhu Peninsula, Scotland.
An extensive way-marked-gnome-themed private garden on the remote tip of the Rhu Peninsula.
A cave where I sheltered from the rain to eat in the Rhu Peninsula.
Resupply of dehydrated meals for the next leg.
Food supplies before separating into daily ration bags.
Menu planning for backpacking around Knoydart in Winter. Loads of calories!
Each day of rations sealed up and dated.
Food packages ready to mail to Knoydart and Glen Elg so I only have to carry 5 or 6 KG of food at a time.