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Today we will be traveling over 230 miles. Our usual travel day is about 110 miles with stops at sightseeing places. Today there were no sightseeing places other than WC stops and lunch. We left at 8:00 to begin our journey in sunny weather and ended up with the remains of tropical storm Bertha raining on us. We only made pit stops or picture stops …
Bus day again today with breaks to stretch our legs
Actually it was a perfect day to be indoors. " Big shout out" to our bus driver who negotiated the wet, narrow, winding roads so we got the best views of this spectacular landscape. We crossed the top of Scotland from east to west. Watched the missle and mist cascade down the high peaks …
Today was a sight-seeing day on the Isle of Skye. We left at 8:00 for our journey in the rain. Bertha is still with us with high winds & heavy rains. Not the best day for sight-seeing, but we still push on. Everyone got soaked to the bone whenever we left the bus for photo opportunities. Apparently it has poured a months worth of rain in the …
... 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 ...
... 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 ...