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... the entire day. What does one do on a rainy day in Portree? Shop a bit, of course. Then we took a two-hour boat tour out of the harbor and into the Sound of Raasay to find sea eagles and seals, and to look in vain for dolphins and whales. The wind was kicking up so the trip, though interesting and fun in a soggy sort of way, was rough in patches, depending on our direction ...
... car we are soaked. It is too windy for an umbrella so that's out. It rained the whole day! It went between a light mist to a heavy downpour. Only if California experienced 1/4 of this. No wonder it's so green! Long story short, the weather was so terrible and it kept us from doing anything cool on Skye. We drove around to some cool points (Fairy Pools, Lighthouse, etc.) but the hikes were too long in the rain and the visibility was too low (15ft max) that nothing was ...
... The photo of surfers in the North Sea near Durness, along the north coast of the Scottish Highlands, proves we didn't actually zip straight from there to there. On Friday, after a fine breakfast overlooking the loch in Ullapool, we drove to Skye in the pouring rain by the "fast" inland route. What that actually means is fewer single lane roads. We hit one long winding stretch with even more clueless tourists mistaking ...
... one particular big waterfall had almost doubled in its size and velocity. We pulled over to try and take a picture but the rain was horizontal, the car was moving and it just wasn't going to be. One other couple did rug up and head out with their camera (waterproof I hope) and they had trouble staying straight upright LOL. We tooted and gave them a thumbs up as we pulled out of the viewing park - to big smiles and waves from them. Clearly we are ...
... hunger and homesickness in many ways mirrored the journey I was now taking north. Well maybe not the death bit, but you know what I mean.
I reflected on that book as I wound my way across the highlands of Scotland farther north than I have ever been before, and stopped several times along the way to take in the awesomeness of the mountains that were spread across the vast distances. For those that migrated, it must have been miserable leaving all ...