2013 Summer (Baltic and Britain – Scotland – July 12 – Day 19 – Part 2)

We left Killiecrankie and Soldier’s Leap at noon and drove a short distance to Blair Castle, home of the Dukes of Atholl for 700 years. We were greeted at Blair Castle by this young fellow playing the pipes.  He was doing a great job too. The walls of the Great Hall were awash with a large collection of ancient weapons.                                                 As with most castles, the gardens are open to the public to wander around and have a picnic if you choose. They  really  liked  cupid  figures. This  is  a great  piece  of  art  – and  a great  message too. The Atholl  Arms  Hotel  – our  lunch  stop.

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