I Didn't Find a Monster, but Did See Boat!!

Today, started out extremely, wet, cold and rainy. But headed out at 9am to check a mini bus tour out around Loch Ness and backup to the Isle of Skye. The further up I went the more blue sky you started to find. And eventually things dried up and turned into not toad of a day.

One the stops was at Loch Ness and jumped off quick and took a few photos but they really don't do it justice because it was all socked in and misty.

So didn't spy Nessy but the driver of the bus assured everyone that she is there!! Loch Ness is an inland fresh water way. It is 23 miles long, on average 1 mile across and 750 feet deep. You can find salmon, trout and rather big eels ... Makes for good fishing.

This is "The Old Bridge" this is located at Invermoriston. The bridge was bridge between 1801 to 1891, By Thomas Telford who also help to design and built the canals systems through out Scotland.


Eilean Donan Castle is a relatively new structure that had laid in ruin for nearly two centuries and was rebuilt between 1912 to 1932.

I will post more on this castle once I get home and go through all my photos.