a Hebridean adventure

starts here

Down and out of Fort William, in the Cooper D Convertible

We're off!

and off to Skye. This time via the Glenelg to Kylerhea Community Ferry. The road to Glenelg gives a new perspective on the hills of Kintail, as we climb up above Loch Duich

Above Loch Duich

and as we look back from Skye

Above Kylerhea

The Ferry boat itself reveals its origin as the wee vessel that used to ply the waters of Loch Leven, twixt N. and S. Ballachulish, before the Ballachulish Bridge was built about 40 years ago now

The Ferryboat Glenachulish at Glenelg pier

The Cooper D purrs gently over the hills and (not very) far away, and we see the sun go down over the Minch from Uig at the western end of Skye.

The Uig Folly at Dusk

Tomorrow to Harris, and beyond!