Project Paulson in Scotland—Loch Ness

Project Paulson (much better than its real name — Paulson Movement) is the brain child of Jon Eslinger. Don’t ask me how you get a sticker to participate — I know Jon’s husky dog and since I have Iditarod connections, he sent me some. On a recent trip to Scotland and the Highlands I took Paulson along. Paulson was not that interested in the trip until we got to Loch Ness then he perked up and wanted to do some monster hunting. But before he would board the boat he made some changes to the text on the side of the boat.

Nessie-Boat

Paulson makes changes to slogan on side of boat that will take us on the waters of Loch Ness.

We never did find Nessie but it wasn’t for lack of trying and strained eyeballs as we scanned the waters. Below are some images from our search for Nessie. Paulson normally likes to “stick around,” and eventually he did, but, in this case while on the boat he wanted to remain quick and nimble and asked me to hold him. But if you do make it to Lock Ness, you stand a better chance of seeing Paulson before you see the Loch Ness Monster.

We are off the dock and onto the Loch in search of Nessie.

We are off the dock and onto the Loch in search of Nessie.

We went as far as Urquhart Castle before turning back for home.

We went as far as Urquhart Castle before turning back for home.

Nothing, better luck nex…OH HEY…

Nothing, better luck nex…OH HEY…

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2 responses to “Project Paulson in Scotland—Loch Ness

  1. bigbuttpie

    Very nice, Tommy!

    We can debate the name another time.

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