Isle of Skye

Today was an easy day as we travelled around the northern part of the Isle of Skye.

When we left our B&B (Grasmhore, near Portree) this morning, the temperature was 5 degrees. Over the day it warmed up to 11 degrees. We had frequent rain showers, squalls and hail throughout the day, which were interspersed with periods of sunshine. A very strong wind made walking difficult, and in some locations, even hard to open the car door.

Here are some photos of some of the scenes from our day’s travels.


Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

One thought on “Isle of Skye”

  1. I can’t imagine a more isolated place for a phone box! Interesting photo though.

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