This is where 'Brookwood' sits. About one fifth up the hill on the loch side. Lochbroom is a sea loch. Ullapool sits at the mouth of the loch and to get there by car one must drive down to the head of the loch and then back up on the other side. A journey of about 10 miles, with no traffic jams, roundabouts, traffic lights or even very often any traffic, apart from the occasional passing car, lorry or, in the summer camper van or caravan. On the road in to Ullapool there are no roads leading anywhere either to the right or left. In the winter the deer gather at the side of the road. However often I do the journey I never tire of the views of the loch and beyond either towards the sea or to the mountains with the ever changing light and colour.