We followed the southern bank of the River Tay through to Aberfeldy and onwards to Falls of Dochart.
Then we crossed the river at the eastern end of Loch Tay.
We continued westward before turning north towards and through Glen Coe. I find that Glen Coe is haunting and new each time I see it – even without its bloody history, it is a moving place.
From there we kept on to the north, through Fort William and the southern approaches to the Caledonian Canal (another incredible engineering feat – Scots may arguably be the best engineers in the world, both historically and currently).
The final leg of the day turned us westward again through Glen Shiel and the Five Sisters to Klye of Lochalsh and across the sea to Skye. Do you know what “kyle” means? If not, I’ll tell you later on…
The scenery is captivating and the tunes we’ll share start bombarding me with every curve in the road! It's been a long day but full of breathtaking sites. Can't wait for what tomorrow brings!