Today, I led a tour to Glencoe and Stirling Castle. Images below. Yesterday’s blog was incorrectly posted to http://catswhiskersnews.blogspot.com/ (my error!).

Here is an image of the memorial to the victims of the infamous Glencoe Massacre 1692.


Glencoe museum. Note thatched roof. This is something like the original dwellings at time of the massacre.


View of Glencoe
Another view of Glencoe


Waterfall near Glencoe. This can be a gushing torrent after heavy rain, but quite subdue today.


Pipe band from Inveraray at Tyndrum.


Tapestry in the chapel at Stirling Castle.


Ceiling at Chapel. Note original decoration.

Great Hall at Stirling Castle

Seasonal view inside Great Hall
Barrel Vault ceiling at the Great Hall at Stirling Castle
Tour Guide in full flow at Stirling Castle

Tableaux in the kitchens at Stirling Castle


Entrance to the Castle


16th. century Palace at Stirling Castle
Another view of the entrance to the Castle
View of Palace Building at Stirling Castle

Overall, a good tour. Weather quite clement for time of year. Some snow on the tops of the hills.

Read more on Stirling and Glencoe tour…