As I have said before, I’m super lucky that my job sends me off on trips to far flung areas of Scotland. I still can’t drive (yes, still! I promise I’ll learn soon!) so any trip that takes me off into the wilderness is something I couldn’t do on my own and something I’m very grateful for.
This is a quick collection of photos from one of those trips – primarily through the Glencoe Valley and around the Loch Ness area. We were treated to both winter sun and a light dusting of snow.
Loch Tay from the coach
Buachaille Etive Mor (more like bae-chaille, amirite… I’m sorry it’s my favourite mountain in Scotland, I had to)
From the Glencoe Visitors Centre
Eilean Donan Castle
I’ve never seen the loch look like this… actually to the point that it didn’t look real. Such a treat to see after some truly dodgy weather!
On a completely separate note, I feel like I am perpetually trying to catch up with posts on here. There was a time when I was young where I’d stand puzzled about how adults didn’t have time for their hobbies – I totally get it now. My bullet journal is the only thing keeping my life together at the moment, but ever so slowly getting there. Phew.