Returned from Scotland earlier this week were we did the (unofficial) Carrera Caledonia and some walking on the Isle of Skye afterwards. Again McJim succeeded in putting a great route together over some very interesting roads. I won’t bother you with boring details of the run itself or the walking, as a few pictures tell so much more!
Scotlandshire clansman meets English gentlemen driver 😉
Always bright and cheerful Callander;
Loch Tummel as seen from the Queen’s View;
International odd TR gathering along the shores of Loch Rannoch
(English TR3, German TR5 and Dutch TR7);
‘t Kreng somewhere along the same shore;
Hunting/road kill trophies or to scare of burglars ?
The Sound and Island of Raasay as seen from Torvaig near Portree;
View across the Quiraing;
Lobster fisher at Hoe Point;
View from Hoe Rape over Ramasaig Bay;
‘t Kreng waiting patiently at the end of probably the most deserted road I have ever driven.
Near Ramasaig. The only car we encountered was ... a police patrol!
View across Loch Scavaig from Camasunary.
Oh and as usually the car behaved rather well. Only a slightly noisy alternator bearing and less than half a litre of oil consumption (and leaking) over nearly 3000 kilometres! Nothing worth mentioning! So back to work tomorrow and also back to work on the DHC.