Waternish and Dunvegan…

Thursday 16 August: Sunshine and showers. We’re out in the car, exploring Skye’s north-western arms. At Trumpan, at the end of the road, there’s a ruined church overlooking Ardmore point, with views to Dunvegan Head. Later, we’ll drive past the throngs of tourists at Dunvegan Castle, and onto the low cliffs overlooking the loch, where we can watch the seals on the rocks below. Unlike the poor visitors in the open boats, we can scuttle back to the car when the showers blow across…

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