July 29th, 2013
Whistlefield Inn and Loch Eck

Today I met a fascinating woman. She’s spent years in Hollywood and traveled around the world. She’s worked in publishing and has several non-fiction hardbacks to her credit. Have you ever met someone and instantly taken a shine to them? Well that’s how I felt with her. I felt as if we’d been friends for years. I could’ve listened to her talk for hours and hours. I’m genuinely mad about her. I only wish we would’ve met sooner.

After leaving her, we went to have lunch at the Whistlefield Inn. It’s a place we’ve been going to for years that’s a few miles away from where we’re staying. Apparently, they recently changed chefs. I’m not sure who they had before, but the new chef is FABULOUS! We had smoked haddock with black pudding, bacon, and mash. It was covered in a hollandaise sauce. Sounds odd. Tastes yummy! Trust me. Afterwards, we stopped by my favorite lake. Yes, there are a lot of lakes in Scotland. And I mean A LOT! I’ve seen many that I’ve thought were very pretty, but there is something about Loch Eck that’s special. If you don’t believe me, see for yourself.

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4 comments to “Whistlefield Inn and Loch Eck”

  1. Looks like Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Wowsa.

  2. Charli, I’ll have to look at it on a map. Loch Eck is actually really long and curvy. You just can’t tell from my photos. *ggg

  3. Wow, picturesque should have that building as an illustration in the dictionary. Neat structure. I like the rocky rim of the lake with grassy knolls across.

  4. Bernard, It would be pretty cool. It’s a VERY old building. Loch Eck has a great shoreline. There are even hidden caves. It’s terrific.