Catch-update: Scotland, days 4-6

After a few days in Sconser, we moseyed our way up the Isle of Skye to Flodigarry, where we stayed for another two nights before driving back to Edinburgh. Here are the photos from the second half of our time on Skye:

Ruins of a "Viking" (actually medieval, but who's counting?) castle on the north end of the island. Photo credit: Mom.
Ruins of a “Viking” (actually medieval, but who’s counting?) castle on the north end of the island. Photo credit: Mom.
Hiking the Quirang (a big collection of rocks). Photo credit: Mom.
Hiking the Quirang (a big collection of rocks). Photo credit: Mom.
You can't see much of the Quirang, but here's a bit of the terrain. Photo credit: Mom.
You can’t see much of the Quirang, but here’s a bit of the terrain. Photo credit: Mom.
Scenic Kilt Rock. Photo credit: Mom.
Scenic Kilt Rock. Photo credit: Mom.
Looking off the other side of Kilt Rock. Photo credit: Mom.
Looking off the other side of Kilt Rock. Photo credit: Mom.
Happy (almost) 25th anniversary!
Happy (almost) 25th anniversary!
Using the four-poster in the room as a drying rack was definitely a necessity after all the rain. Photo credit: Mom.
Using the four-poster in the room as a drying rack was definitely a necessity after all the rain. Photo credit: Mom.
Driving back to Edinburgh, we went through Glen Coe for a hike. Photo credit: Mom.
Driving back to Edinburgh, we went through Glen Coe for a hike. Photo credit: Mom.
They call it the "hidden valley" for a reason. Photo credit: Mom.
They call it the “hidden valley” for a reason. Photo credit: Mom.
Hey, little buddy! Photo credit: Mom.
Hey, little buddy! Photo credit: Mom.
For once, the water was mostly in the stream and not coming down on our heads! Photo credit: Mom.
For once, the water was mostly in the stream and not coming down on our heads! Photo credit: Mom.
The Bridge Inn in Ratho (near Edinburgh), where we spent our nights.
The Bridge Inn in Ratho (near Edinburgh), where we spent our nights.
Enjoying a nice ale in the Bridge Inn. Photo credit: Mom.
Enjoying a nice ale in the Bridge Inn. Photo credit: Mom.

Next up: tour de Edinburgh. 🙂

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