After a long day on the river, from above the washing machine, through Knockando, Aberlour and beyond, we make it to our final camping spot on the River Spey. Plus we arrived with a reasonable amount of time before dark. We used this time to get well set up, with a cosy communal tarp-covered area and plenty of firewood.
Kevin was pooped and had a couple of pre-dinner whiskies to relax. Little did he know, I had arranged for some special guests to visit us with a surprise for him (that’s how surprises work). Ray snook off to ferry Alan and Mhairi across the river and we managed to get them into camp before Kevin knew what was going on. What followed was a wonderful evening around the campfire, full of the warmth of friendship…
Scotland’s Spey River Paddle & Whisky Tour – Part 10
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Previous Sections Of This Series
Watch part 1 here: Watch Canoeing The River Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine Curgenven – part 1
Watch part 2 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 2 – A Few Campfire Tricks
Watch part 3 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 3 – River Safety
Watch parts 5 and 6 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine parts 5 and 6 – Where Does The Whisky Come From?
Watch part 8 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 8 – The Washing Machine
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