Tyndrum, on the road from Crianlarich to Glen Coe. The village is notable mainly for being at an important crossroads of transport routes. The West Highland Line (a railway) from Glasgow splits approximately five miles to the south at Crianlarich, with one branch heading to Fort Willam and the other to Oban.
The tourist center at Tyndrum.
Walkabout in the Tyndrum woodland.
Holly at Glen Coe.
A reflective Holly at Glen Coe.
I always feel at home in the Highlands.
Driving towards Oban.
The Glen Coe Woodland Walk at Inveriggan, one of the locations of the infamous Massacre at Glen Coe in 1692.
View back towards the Three Sisters from the Glen Coe woodland walk.
Holly at the memorial to the 1692 massacre.
Memorial to the 1692 massacre.
Holly at Argyll Pottery, Loch Creran.
Barcaldine Castle, just north of Oban.
Highland sheep near Oban.
Yours truly in Oban.
Holly in Oban.
Yours truly ay the Oban distillery, home of one of my favourite whiskey brands.
The ferry to the Isle of Mull arrives.
Ruins outside of Oban as viewed from the ferry.
Holly and I on the ferry.
On the ferry leaving the harbour at Oban, on our way to the Isle of Mull.
A fellow traveller follows the ferry out of Oban.
Holly as we approach the Isle of Mull.
A sign on the ferry that provided some good advice - we definitely took a pamphlet!