Lost in Translation by Krista Tibbs

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Destinations, postcards, Scotland, travels


Hey K2,
Met a little English couple 4 hours from Invermoriston. They mentioned a café a mile up the trail. Yay for
me, who had 3 cups of tea, 2 juices, and no facilities since breakfast. Hiked 3 more miles before reaching
this “cafe” of which they spoke.
Bio: Krista Tibbs is the author of two novels and a book of short stories: “The Neurology of Angels”, “Uncertainty Principles”, and “Reflections and Tails”. Walking Scotland’s Great Glen Way made her thankful for moleskin. And Icy Hot. And ibuprofen.
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Sarah Leamy, MFA, is an award-winning author of both travel books and novels as well as a photographer, presenter, and a bit of a wanderer. She has lived in England, Germany, Spain, Guatemala and the Southwest of the US. She is the founder and editor of Wanderlust, a travel journal publishing international travel writing, photos and trip reports. Find out more at www.sarahleamy.com

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