Sunset over Uig, Isle of Skye
It’s been a marvellous year of blogging. I have enjoyed so much sharing the stories of our life with you all, as well as reading and commenting on your blogs.
Thank you so much for all your company and visits along the way – it’s been such fun!
I send you all my warmest wishes for a very merry, safe and peaceful festive season and every happiness in 2018. I look forward to our continuing adventures together next year. 🙂
At the end of my post yesterday, I left you with a view of the bridge connecting the Scottish mainland with the Isle of Skye, the largest and most northerly island in the Inner Hebrides.
Hub and I were on Skye for less than 24 hours. It is one of our most favourite places, so even such a short visit was welcome.
We were able to fit in a short visit to the village of Kyleakin – this is the first settlement to be found on arrival over the bridge on the east coast of the island. It is a lovely spot, although once again the weather was not too kind to us. So I don’t have very many photos. But here are views of the bridge from the other side of the water (Kyle Akin), and the broader bay, looking back across to the northwest Scottish mainland town of Kyle of Lochalsh.
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