the journey from glasgow to fort williams is a scenic drive for a large part alongside the lake within loch lomond & the trossachs national park.
& this was our planned leisurely drive after picking up our car at avis glasgow at 9am on 9..2017. 🙂
our first stop was at the pretty conservation village of Luss. it was just 45mins into the journey.
we arrived 10am & did the park & pay, £1 for 1hr, then a stroll through the village.
it was a pretty place alright, but it was overcast & soon began to drizzle. would surely be even nicer in glorious sunshine. 🙂
& pretty houses. we passed a few on the way to the lake & jetty.
there were souvenir & other shops.
loch lomond is a large (long) & serene lake.
sky was overcast with a slight drizzle.
a calm & peaceful place to sit down, relax, meditate, or just to absorb in the natural beauty.
the cold & wet dampened the mood somewhat…
we strolled round the tiny village, past a church.
the rain became heavier, so we took shelter at the coach house coffeeshop, & enjoyed a very tasty & homely carrot soup & took out a flat white.