driving up north is an adventure on its own. the rule is- the smaller the road, the better place at its end. this is always true in scotland
anyway, on our way up to durness area we passed a lot of amazing spots. especially north from ullapool, my heart sinks at the views, serenity and remoteness.
we hoped to wildcamp in sandwood bay that night but left edi too late and only managed to reach scourie before it got dark. still, good enough to me! scourie is a nice place. campsite is decent. midges were already asleep
and in the morning i was amazed by fantastic show of light / rain/ cloud/ rain
seen about 5 rainbows within 15 mins
in the morning
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