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Let's start with a confession, I forgot to mention in the last blog that whilst blow drying my hair... I managed to set the fire alarm off... Oops! Both my hair and the room we were staying in remained undamaged throughout the experience. Today was a bright and early start getting onto the first ferry of the day, just after 8am (don't worry we had enough time for a full Scottish breakfast before departing). It was particularly windy and cold this morning, so much so that ...
... which we managed to get a few photos of, but it's not very impressive compared to the one at Glenfinnan viaduct, back on the mainland. We then went on to Harris were the landscape changed again, slightly more mountainous and the roads were more winding. We discovered some stunning views and beaches, met a herd of highland cattle taking a snooze in the road, an eagle soaring overhead, and ...
... turns out the nicest. We thought about heading to Glencoe earlier, but the radar was purple in Glencoe compared to blue in skye. We couldn't imagine worse weather then blue. Today was good... Better. We headed up with the tourists to the old man of storr, which is awesome and the photos don't do it justice. We waited while the fog rolled through the mountains, but the sun never ...
... their gear and tackle and trim.
All things counter, original, spare, strange;
Whatever is fickle, freckled (who knows how?)
With swift, slow; sweet, sour; adazzle, dim;
He fathers-forth whose beauty is past change:
Gerard Manley Hopkins ...
... To Leverburgh to get the ferry to Uist.
Which was fine, until I got to Uist.
It is nearly impossible to hitch a lift in Uist. Luck was still on my side when a lovely couple offered to take me to a campsite.
I had no idea what the campsite would be like as I only heard about it when I was on the ferry.
I got there, and managed to set up ...