Main stop today was Inverewe Gardens, a mere stone’s throw (if you were superhuman) from our campsite with its wonderful view (above). I have been there twice before, both in the 70s and recall nothing other than the general ambience and trying to shake off a young accountant in the Monty Python era on my first visit. The Golfer’s company was far more amenable though and we spent a good couple of hours in this almost subtropical garden, warmed by the Gulf Stream and invariably frost free.
The inevitable very limited wifi access in this far northern corner of Scotland means I am posting as and when I can, keeping posts brief and uploading photos when opportunities arise. Likewise, comments are read when possible but it is unlikely I will be able to reply to most of them – but please do keep them coming!
Please enjoy some of Inverewe’s highlights: