At the very top of the Isle of Skye and heading towards the Duntulum castle ruins was some beautiful old scenery and a lot of sheep with bits of them scattered about -watch where ye step!
The land flows downward from our higher vantage point right to the Minch which forms part of the inner seas off the west coast of Scotland. Part of it separates Skye from the lower outer Hebrides. It is believed to be the site of the biggest meteorite to ever hit the British isles.
While we didn’t see any evidence of that, we did take in the beautiful landscape.