Next was Loch Ness where Winn found Nessy! The water is incredibly black there, you can't see a foot into it. It is 24 miles long 2.5 miles wide, and 300 meters deep. They said that you could put the entire world's population in there three times over, and "still have room for a few mysteries."
This is Mrs. Donna, she is Dr. B, our professor's wife. She has a degree in Biology and has done alot of work with Marine life and sheep. I know sort of an odd combination, but perfect for our trip. She was a little disappointed that this was the only dolphine we saw.What did we see when we rounded the bend, but our first Viking ship! Ok, so not so much viking as modern sail boat. However, we are close enough to Norway and the Scandinavian countries that every year they sail down the channel, and we were able to see the first one of the season! If you look you can barely see the Norweign Flag.
Patrick first tried to lure Nessy to the surface with breadsticks made at home and brought to Scotland. When that didn't work, he thought he would feed his dear brother Winn to Nessy. Low and behold it did work! Finally, we saw the castle that sits on Loch Ness, Castle Dumfry, and the Trebuchet that was built on the History channel program. It was really impressive!