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Image above shows Clan Munro members at the Fyrish Monument, 1500 feet up.

Today,we again benefited from blue skies and brilliant sunshine.

Dolphins at Chanonry Point, Black Isle.


We commenced the day with a tour of the Black Isle, north of Inverness. This name is a misnomer because the ‘Ilse’ is, in fact,  a peninsula bordered by the Cromarty Firth and Moray Firth. Our first stop was Chanonry Point near Fortrose. Here there is a lighthouse and stunning coastal views but, most importantly, this is where dolphins congregate to feed. Today our luck was in and we are able to view the animals in position just offshore.

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This morning, we departed our lodgings in Birnam and drove north up the A9 to Dalwhinnie where we turned off to join the A889 through Badenoch and the Cairngorms National Park, stopping for refreshment and shopping at ‘ Yummy Things’.

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Group Photo at Inverness

 This morning, we started with a fun photo shoot outside lodgings in Inverness.

Next we drove for about 20 minutes down to connect with famous Loch Ness including a visit to the popular site of Castle Urquhart which is now a ruin but with origins in the 12th century. Excellent views are obtained from the vantage point of the top of Grant Tower.

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