Sun & sand on the Residential

(And some rain too!) Pupils and staff had a challenging but enjoyable sojourn to Glencoe for Dunedin School’s annual residential.    Activities included hillwalking, rockclimbing and coasteering, with a bonus visit to Blair Drummond Safari Park.  A late afternoon walk up to Stob Mhic Mhartuin via the Devil’s Staircase kicked off proceedings in a slightly damp way, but sunshine was to follow, coasteering off Ganavan Beach near Oban and climbing on the conglomerate crags nearby.  An evening walk around Invercoe House lochan has become a ritual for our residentials though dodging the midgies gets no easier!  A massive thanks as always to Andy and his team at Hebridean Pursuits.