Posted by: Shanna Germain | 08/13/2009

Pg. 135: The River Spey


The Speyside Way, a footpath that runs along the River Spey, a seventy-some-mile river in the Scottish Highlands. We walked for about two hours and didn’t cover hardly any of its distance.



The river from above, looking down through the trees. It’s wider than it looks here, and was rather shallow at points as well. It is also listed as the fastest flowing river in Britain.



One of the many, many distilleries that line the banks of the Spey. Nearly 40 distilleries in all make (or made) their homes here, including Glenlivet and Glenmorangie.



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