Stayed the night near Torridon at the Torridon Inn. They gave me a special rate so many thanks to them. As the morning progressed the clouds lifted to reveal another wonderful day. I walked around the edge of Loch Torridon, admiring the mountains, and in the late afternoon I plodded the last few miles to the bothy at Craig. It was once the most inaccessible Youth Hostel in Britain, in a remote location miles from anywhere and only accessible on foot (as far as I could tell). Now it is a bothy and dependent on the goodwill of people to keep it standing and fit for 'bothying'! It has an outside loo which you flush by pouring water from a bucket. I filled up my water container (an inside out stuff sack!) from the Craig River and cooked up my rehydrated meal. I had a tour of the bothy, selected the most comfortable looking mattress in one of the upstairs rooms and then settled in the snug downstairs to read by candlelight. A noise startled me and in through the door walked a lovely couple from Oxford called Geoff and Wendy. We chatted the rest of the evening away before we went to bed. They settled down in the room next to mine.