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Devil's Pulpit, Finnich Glen

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Wow, wow and wow!

We visited Finnich Glen at the weekend and it's so beautiful and magical. It was quite dangerous getting down to the bottom of the gorge, but so worth the mucky, slippery expedition.

It was really busy too with people coming and going. Some tourists were taking photos with a glass of whisky!

We stayed for about an hour and a half taking photos and just standing there taking it all in. There was pretty shamrock growing up the gorge and people had written their names on stones and placed them on the ground or in the walls. I really wanted to wade in the water and explore further but I wasn't prepared for it.

This was an Outlander filming location, when Dougal told Claire to drink from the St Ninan's Spring, also known as Liar's Spring. The water looks like Irn Bru or whisky, whatever you want it to be!

 I attach a few photos, more on my blog :).

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