I’m writing from Scotland. I’m sitting in a cozy lounge room, with big glass windows overlooking a grand lake and mountains :)
It’s been glorious watching the mountain landscape change hour after hour. The light and colour changes; sometimes it’s pale blue or soft pink, or deep green, or misty grey, or perculiar purple, or vibrant orange.
The sunshine changes the shadows, which changes the textures, which changes the mountain’s features. The sky, mist and clouds change, illuminating and highlighting even more of the mountain’s features… EVERYTHING makes the mountains look different each day. It’s like an infinite masterpiece from nature.
So far, our highlight has been hiking up into the Scottish Highlands. The wilderness.
This is Malcom’s Point, on the very remote west coast of Scotland. It’s rough, wild and definitely not recommended on any tourist maps.
This particular day, we walked about 6 hours in total, hiking over a river, through the rain, mud, rocks, poo, overgrown meadows, tufty fields, past ruined farm houses and up along little goat paths.
We followed the stream and watched it turn into a waterfall off the cliff.
That view! I could have stared at it and soaked it up all day.
It was such an amazing day out with my family.
My boys were thrilled beyond belief! And my husband and I were thrilled to have shared it with them!
It was definitely one of the most memorable experiences we’ve had together :)