Perthshire Glens Run
Sun 5th Aug 2007
organised by Central Scotland
Car Count : 21
Run Organisers Ian & Tom.
The days run will wind along some quiet back roads and take in Dunning Glen and Little Glenshee before lunch at the Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry.
In the afternoon we drive along the side of Loch Tummel, continue over the hills to Aberfeldy then onto Glen Cochill and the Sma Glen. After driving through Crieff we travel through Gleneagles and Glen Devon to the end point at the Powmill Milk Bar(around 17.00)where we can meet up for a chat over coffee and cakes after the run.
Total Mileage:138 miles.
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Lunch Menu ( £15 per head)
Chilled peach with sweet water prawns,
tomato,fresh dill and citrus dressing.
Leek, Potato and Asparagus Soup
with Atholl Palace garden herbs
Escalope of Cold Water Salmon
accompanied by seasoned green leaf spinach,
lemon and watercress cream
Pot Roast Supreme of Chicken
gently cooked with summer vegetables, red wine,
rowan and tarragon with an Arran Mustard tattie mash
Grilled Roulade of Goats Cheese
with salad leaves and cranberry relish
Seasonal Summer Fruits and Berries
Chocolate Fudge, Vanilla and Brandy Bavarois
Soft Brie and Cheddar Plate
with savoury biscuits and crisp celery
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| 5th Aug 2007 19:07 :: Rob and Margaret|
Many thanks to Ian Jaqueline and Tom for a great day out. The food was fantastic and the venue impressive, it was good to meet new members and see old friends.
| 5th Aug 2007 19:08 :: Gavin|
Great choice of roads, many thanks to Ian and Tom for the route. The rain didn't dampen anyone's enthusiasm one bit. At least Eileen got her bottle of wine, at last.
| 5th Aug 2007 20:52 :: Kim & Guy|
great day out, brilliant roads, wonderful puddles - many thanks to everyone for the organisation and the company!!! Only fly in the ointment was the 45 minute detour on the way home due to an accident at Drymen that had closed the road completely!!
| 5th Aug 2007 20:54 :: ronnie|
The scenery was beautiful especially coming down the glen. Just a pity about the weather. The food was first class. All in all a great day despite no top down weather
| 5th Aug 2007 20:55 :: Dawn|
Another great day!Scenery, food and company was great!Big patt on the back to Ian, Jacqueline and Tom for working so hard to give us a smashing day out!Rain didn't dampen our enjoyment!
| 5th Aug 2007 21:20 :: Jim and Carol|
Smashing day out. Nice to meet you all. Can put some faces to names now. Sorry we had to leave early, but it didn't spoil the day.
| 6th Aug 2007 08:04 :: Gordon & Janice|
Thanks to Ian, Jacqueline & Tom for all their hard work. Beautiful scenery, cracking hotel and food, what more could you wish for?
| 6th Aug 2007 12:29 :: Phil|
Great day out, pity about the weather.
| 6th Aug 2007 15:34 :: jane & allan|
A great day, super roads and tasty food! Thanks to all who organised it.
| 6th Aug 2007 19:05 :: Angus|
Good roads good food and good company. Even the weather failed to spoil the day
| 6th Aug 2007 20:24 :: graham|
great run rain caused electrical probs but all sorted now thanks all
| 6th Aug 2007 20:54 :: Colin|
Great run - one of my favourites. Thank Ian / Tom.
Loved the roads despite the wet - sometimes you just need to take what yae get.
Its nice to get the hood down.....but not essential !!!!!
| 8th Aug 2007 17:52 :: Stella & Nige|
Great to see old and new faces again. Good route, fabby lunch (which didn't do the diet any good at all!), but hey, who's looking! Might pop up to Callendar to see you all there if I get the chance. Thanks ro Ian, Jaqueline and Tom for all their efforts, much appreciated.
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