With the travel restrictions eased it appears every person in Scotland was out wearing out the tarmac at the weekend, some large groups of riders but in the main everybody seemed well behaved, luckily there are still some roads less well known so its still possible to escape the maddening crowds. The roads though are in a shocking state, the suspension on both Triumphs getting a good work out and despite doing only just over 110 miles my backside and arms were sore from holding on over the bumps and potholes. The weather was outstanding so no complaints at all. Spotted some "wild campers" in Dunning glen on Saturday, blocking the road with their cars and despite the fact overnight stays are not meant to be happening nobody seems to care. One group appeared to have a sound system set up next to a huge Bell tent, wild camping but not as we know it! Hopefully our slow (painfully slow) return to normality isn't just temporary!
|Loch Tay, stunning but Kenmore was mobbed|
|Triumphs at rest|
|Luch and cuppa stop, no telling you where, it was quiet!|
|Very warm out of the wind|
|Leaving our layby|
|Riding alongside Loch Tay|