The saga of canoeing the River Spey with Kevin Callan, Ray Goodwin and Justine Curgenven continues. Kevin is still not convinced of the danger of haggis, although he is fully aware of the abundance of sheep droppings in the fields. We take a worthwhile side trip to walk up to some Neolithic standing stones, which Kevin finds fascinating.
Kevin also finds sheep fascinating and spends many hours filming them. So much so that we end up having to paddle the final stretch of the day’s route pretty much in the dark. It’s a good job Ray and I know the river well and had paddled it only a couple of weeks before this escapade.
That said, we still had to set up camp, light a fire and get the dinner cooked. And Kevin was gagging for a whisky (it was a canoe and whisky tour after all)…
Scotland’s Spey River Paddle & Whisky Tour – Part 4
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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
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