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Rest and be thankful

Rest and be thankful - are the words inscribed on a stone near the junction of the A83 and the B828, placed there by soldiers who built the original military road in 1753, now referred to as the Drovers' road.
it is so named as the climb out of Glen Croe is so long and steep at the end that it was traditional for travellers to rest at the top, and be thankful for having reached the highest point.

Glen Croe as seen from the rest and be thankful view point

A seat with a view Glen Croe

Looking down into Glen Croe

Loch Goil

Loch Goil from the rest and be thankful

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    • # Moira

      Ah !!! "my Scotland" Thanks for sharing the luscious green hills .

      2011.07.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ann Garratty

      Gorgeous pictures Matt, I bet those hills are purple with heather in the September... are they?

      2011.07.25 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Artbee

      What a lovely view while resting! I'm thankful you shared these beautiful photos of this place!

      2011.07.25 Edited Reply Cancel

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