May 15, 2023 Live from the road

Fort William - Crianlarich

Reported by Devashishu Torpy 52.0 mi

Our day begins in Fort William overlooking Loch Eil.

We are very close to Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Our first appointment is at Lundavra Primary School.

The students have prepared several banners.

Thank you to the Principal and the whole school.

Our next appointment is at Banavie Primary School, also in Fort William.

A poem by one of the students.

After a big run around the playground (several laps) we have a group photo together.

Sadanand and Robert carry the torch to the next school at a fast pace.

Caol Primary school. Students from St Columba's have also come to see the presentation.

Students try to learn Robert's Hungarian dance, which is proving very popular across the British Isles.

Thank you to the Principal of Caol Primary for a wonderful welcome.

Overlooking Loch Eil and it's tranquil waters, we sing 'A New World Of Peace' by the founder of the Peace Run, Sri Chinmoy.

Its going to be a day of rain, sun, wind and heavy clouds.

Torch carried by
Bhauliya Moss (Great Britain), Devashishu Torpy (Great Britain), Erdenetsetseg Gankhuu (Mongolia), Kristin Aurenhammer (Austria), Michael Aurenhammer (Austria), Petra Kasperová (Czech Republic), Robert Benedek (Hungary), Sadanand Colm Magee (Ireland), Sandra Aurenhammer (Austria), Tarit Stott (Great Britain), Tom Kane (Great Britain), Uugantsetseg Otgonbayar (Mongolia).  
Devashishu Torpy, Erdenetsetseg Gankhuu, Sadanand Colm Magee
The torch has travelled 52.0 mi from Fort William to Crianlarich.

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