I AM BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN - Press 'L' for a better view -
I was invited to give a talk in the UK (Plymouth, England), and after I was done I jetted ( I am using this word loosely) up to Scotland. I had one plan only, to walk around the highlands. My little feet took me many place over the last three weeks, and one of those is the magical Isle of Skye. I spent a two days in Elgol, which is between the Sleat peninsula in the south and the northern portion of the island. Joe Cornish has made this sleepy little fishing village famous with numerous images made of the seascapes looking across to the Cullin Hills (more on the Cullins Hills later, I did hike those as well). Earlier that day when the tide was low I explored several potential sunset sites, as well I walked around and swam in numerous caves and HUGE intertidal benches. As sunset came, I noticed that the tide was way higher then my trusty Tide watch had said it would be. Come to remember that the Tide watch closest location is in England, this would be several feet off from my current location up in the Highlands. Oh well. All in all a nice night taking photos, fishing and drinking with the locals. The night end with my tent next to a waterfall overlooking the ocean and the Cullin Hills.
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