This is why I have not been around my gardening blog lately.. On Holiday and Preparing for Christmas. Thank you for your patience.. and look forward to catching up with you soon.. Hugs Sue
The above view is taken of Oban Town, from the The Colosseum-like structure of McCaig’s Tower. The view looks out onto the various Isles in the distance. Below is a plaque which shows you the Isles,to which the ferries travel back and forth, to Mull, and other islands, sorry the focus is out on the one below.
Oban means ‘The Little Bay’ It is from here you take the ferries to Mull, and other islands. I took these photos from this advantage point. The McCaig’s Tower. Which stands high above the town
John Stuart McCaig (1824 – 1902) commissioned the build over a five year period from 1895 until his death in 1902. You can find out why it was built by opening the link.
Inside there is a garden and it looks like this
To get to the tower you walk the steep climb.. We took the steps…
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