My Trip To Aviemore Day 4

We arrived at the gin factory. THE GIN FACTORY. My dad thought, it was quite a place. A big warehouse filled with big barrels half the size of a fully grown man. We watched these people make the barrels, it looked cool and confusing me and my brother tried to make a small barrel, still failure. We watched them make barrels for a while then we got some whiskey and went home

9 thoughts on “My Trip To Aviemore Day 4

  1. What’s the workout thing called

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  2. I’ve been reading your posts over the last few days. Sounds like you’re having a wonderful adventure. I’m looking forward to reading more. 🙂

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  3. Another interesting story from your trip to Scotland, Ben. I once saw how the barrel is made, and you do need two people and lots of skill to achieve the goal. If you can, please send me the first two parts of your adventures in Scotland. I will not find it in my email now because I get about 50 or more emails daily.
    Were you allow to taste whisky?
    Thank you.
    Joanna

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    1. Oh sure I will put the blogs on the comments and yes I have tried whiskey but not there. Its Disgusting

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    2. Day 1. After settling in we went to this big lake hut to get to the lake you had to go through this big fat forest filled with beautiful purple flowers and fine trees. I would just like to say I came on holiday with my mum,dad,brother,grandad,nana and my mums brother and his wife and my dog and theirs. I remember running so fast down the forest because it was on like a slope that it didnt even feel like my feet were carrying me, that or I felt like I was litterally about to die. Once we finnaly made it down to the bottom of the forest we arrived at this cafe which we stayed at for a while that was completely made of stone. Just out side of that was the lake so me and my brother went in it. But only the shallow parts. We walked around it somemore and went home because it was far away from home and getting dark.

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    3. On the 2nd day we set on one big journey, litterally. We drove up half a mountain then took a cable thing ip to the other half and once I was at the top i could see everything, the brownish green hills and all those little ants, wait no they were humans. I was very king of the world! But 1 thing stood in my way, stupid midges. (Small flys that bite you) and it was cold. Once at the top we went on a couple walks and then went to a cafe were I sat on a wall and all most became humpty dumpty. We went back down and then on the way back we stopped at this really nice part next to a lake (Or a Scotland people call it a Loch)(Like loch ness) I remember playing their for ages because it was a quiet place were I could get on my wellies and stomp around and hit the water with my net for no apsaloute reason. We saw a couple people kayaking, cool, we also played with some ducks. That was most of what I did in day 2!

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  4. Thank you, Ben, I will read it tonight. Thank you very much.

    Joanna

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  5. I very much enjoyed reading about your adventures! It must be nice to have a large family around you and the dogs.
    Midges, I am well acquainted with! Scotland is such a beautiful country and no doubt, you will go there again.
    Thank you, Ben.

    Joanna

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