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... Once again the mountains are ragged peaks and mostly covered with low level foliage and plenty of heather. The mauve/purple of the heather is just wonderful. We get out at a few spots to listen to the wind and water, some birds and sheep. Other then that there is no noise. No honking horns, no ambulance sirens, no loud music and you wonder why we have fallen in love with this place? Well just check out the pictures.
We head back to our B&B. A ...
... Raasay Drove to Ullapool on the north west side of Scotland, as far north as we were going this trip 31 July Thursday Drizzling on/off all day but ever affected us the whole day Went to Knockan Crag a 13 miles north of Ullapool. As soon as we arrived the natives came to greet us (those bugger midges in full force). This explains about the geology of when Scotland was connected to the South Pole, then to America - it collided with England (shame), and then near the equator ...
... scenery, and it fair takes yer breath away. Take a look at these...quite a few Munros up here (mountains over 3,000 feet high... of which there are 282 throughout Scotland where bagging (climbing) them is a national pastime).
The place names in this remote region are wonderful......get yer tongue around Achiltibuie, ...
... This evening we are tied to a buoy in Ullapool harbour surrounded by scenic mountains with the setting sun and a pale fullish moon reflected in a glassy sea. Terrific! Equally beautiful as anything we have seen over the last 9 months (except, perhaps, the Sun Gate at Machu Pichu.)
Ullapool has much ...
A 5:30 am start and an ebb tide saw Kantara being spat out of the Sound of Hoy, from where we motored south for a mile or so to see the Old Man of Hoy, a 450 foot high column of red sandstone that pokes out of the sea.