We spent our first night on Skye in a large layby on the side of the road to Dunvegan. The view over the valley and across to the Cuillins was wonderful and, aside from a couple of boy racers with holes in their exhaust pipes roaring by, it turned out to be a quiet placeRead more
We take it in turns to do the first thing in the morning dog walk. Yesterday was my turn and the little beasts set up a mighty whimpering at 7.30 a.m. We know full well that at home they can sleep until after 9.00 without needing to go out to pee but it feels tooRead more
The lady who checked us in at Silversands Caravan Site near Arisaig apologised. “The best pitches are all taken”, she said. Then she showed us ours – it has views across to Eigg, Rhum and The Cuillins on Skye. Oh and of course the white sand and the blue water in between. Heaven only knowsRead more
It was our last day on the Island of Tiree and Rhoda was about to take us on an Island Tour in her trusty bright yellow Transit van, Beryl. Just before we left, her cousin popped by to ask us to move the motorhome so that he could drive his cattle out to differentRead more
We stayed at the Camping & Caravan Club Site near Oban for two nights. Set in a Victorian Walled Garden, it gives wonderful shelter from the westerly breezes making it a haven for humans and midges. We ate our meals outside, basking in the warmth and sunshine and took long walks through the forest rightRead more
There are so many islands of the coast of Scotland. Some of them highly populated by humans, others mainly by sheep. We will be visiting several of them on our travels, over the next six months. Come back soon to read about which ones we choose to visit.