Ben Lomond


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Ben Lomond

1. a mountain in W central Scotland, on the E side of Loch Lomond. Height: 973 m (3192 ft.)
2. a mountain in NE Tasmania. Height: 1527 m (5010 ft.)
3. a mountain in SE Australia, in NE New South Wales. Height: 1520 m (4986 ft.)
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Ben Lomond from Mr Talbot's property--four Men catching Opossums is now being offered from the estate of the 7th Baron Talbot de Malahide at Christie's London's Australian Art sale on 26 September, timed to coincide with the Royal Academy's autumn 'Australia' show (21 September8 December).
The park is believed to be the only mountain bike attraction in the Southern Hemisphere that is accessible by gondola, and consists of a network of multi-difficulty trails built on Ben Lomond.
She trained by walking up the Munros in Ben Lomond with phone directories in a rucksack.
Ogden - BEN LOMOND SUITES, a historic boutique hotel, has joined the Ascend Collection from Choice Hotels International.
uk SCOTLAND APRIL 4: Woods, waterfalls and even whisky are on the itinerary of this guided walk around Ben Lomond.
Ben Lomond is ideal for the smaller garden as it grows to only 4-5ft, so you can keep it in a large patio pot.
He was an Episcopal priest for 54 years, serving in the California communities of Burlingame, Ben Lomond, El Cerrito and Crockett and later in Omak, Wash.
Three of the bess t varieties are Ben Connan, Ben Lomond, and Ben Tirran.
BUY HEIRLOOM TOMATO SEEDLINGS Hundreds of biodynamically grown rare and unusual tomatoes, plus old favorites, are available as potted starts from Love Apple Farm in Ben Lomond (10-3 Wed and Sat-Sun; 9299 Glen Arbor Rd.
But, as things turned out, Patterson, winner of the recent title race up and down Ben Lomond in Scotland, was squeezed out of the top three, by Longwood's Paul Pickup, though he did manage to break the six-minute barrier.
The Cobbler (Ben Arthur), Scotland - "Breathtaking, rugged panorama over the Arrochar Alps with huge swathes of the highlands visible to the north, lochs and the towering Ben Lomond to the east".
Last Easter, Howard back-packed 95 miles along the West Highland Way, in Scotland, clambering up Ben Lomond en route.