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Mountain views on the road to Skye were tremendous, just beautiful territory here. Walked around city of Stirling for a bit, had lunch and made our way over to the Wallace Monument. Stopped and took some pics at Eilean Donan Castle , but it seemed really busy there and we were pressed for time, so we were again on our way. The images were so impressive that they did not even seem real!{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} We took a side trip to the lake at the end of the road to Dalness. In what I think was the longest and most intense day of our journey, we left Aviemore and headed for our hotel in Portree on the Isle of Skye. Finally managed our way across the bridge and had a great time at the Castle and Cathedral in St Andrews. We took the hike to the bridge at the end of the pass. I was a bit nervous at first, but as the trip progressed, I actually found I preferred the single track roads to the narrow roadways. Excellent scenery once again and truly a rewarding walk to see the Green Loch. Had to actually honk once to make our way through them. Followed Blair Castle with a stop at the Falls of Bruar. Shared the road here with so, so many sheep. Loch Rannoch was gorgeous and the lazy drive around the Loch was peaceful and full of brilliant scenery. This wound its way at the base of some tremendous mountains with great views. This was the worst weather day we had and the only day where it ended up raining all day long. Crossed the bridge over to Skye and enjoyed the 34 mile scenic drive up to Portree. We got off the bus, headed up the Royal Mile and made our way over to the Castle. We did a bit of the audio tour out on the battlefield, but ended the tour a bit early as the wind was really whipping around here this day. Of course I forgot my camera, but luckily my wife was able to get a bunch of shots with her phone. It was cool to see how the heavy rains changed the feel of the Birks…. We headed north on the A9 and made our first stop at the Killiecrankie visitor center. We both crashed for about 4 hours of well needed sleep…. After the full day we put in on Day 2, we decided to stay local, sleep in a bit and spent a few hours walking the beautiful Birks of Aberfeldy. Steak pie at the Lomond Tavern was out of this world…. We ended up stopping at the FerryToll Park n Ride and taking the bus into the city. Arrived in Aviemore and checked in to our resort. Thought this was just ok, as it was interesting to see how the buildings ended up underground, but thought the tour guide was a bit hokey. Have to mention that I was still not used to the narrowness of the roads, especially close to the Aberfeldy region. So we ended up going out of our way near Stirling on our way up to Aberfeldy and decided to just keep going until we got to the Moness Resort. So I battled my way up the roads and was duly rewarded with the beautiful views of the mountains of Glencoe. It was really windy here too with whitecaps on the Moray Firth. Enjoyed it nevertheless. Was much more impressed with this castle vs Stirling. As my wife had decided that she did not want to do any hikes with Elevation, we settled for the Nevis River 8 mile hike. Got a later start than I wanted, as I let my wife sleep in a bit again, but we were on our way to Edinburgh. We ended up taking a mountainous road from Rannoch Moor back to Aberfeldy. Maybe it was the weather, but we did not feel that Stirling Castle was all that impressive. Finally after a long day we made it back to Aberfeldy. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Trip started off with a thud, as our flight out of Newark was delayed over two hours. It was just what we needed, a slow relaxing walk taking in the greenery and flowing waters…. All I can say is WOW…. The visitor center here is top notch and offers a great way to experience the history behind the battle. Just priceless to see…. Checked in to our hotel, had some lunch and we were on our way to tour Skye. We also took a little trip to see the gardens of Drummond Castle. It was well worth the initial nervousness and felt a sense of accomplishment when we passed into Applecross. Stayed close to Aviemore and did a wonderful 6 mile hike to the Green Loch. Lots of things to see and places to explore. After a white knuckle, overtired drive we ended up in Aberfeldy…. Shared the road and stunning views with some friendly roadside sheep and called it a night. It was a bit unnerving driving the tight roads and trying to avoid the deep puddles eh…maybe small ponds! After checking the weather forecast we decided to begin with a trip to St Andrews. Drove all the way north to Inverness to give us a chance to view Loch Ness during the drive and we stopped over at Urquhart Castle. I thought the castle was great. With a bit of hesitation, we decided to take the Bealach Na Ba route to Applecross. Felt very commercialized and the replica rooms seemed a bit dull and boring. Saw some deer down towards the lake area and there was actually an 8 point buck in the group. This was also my first experience with single track roads. What a beautiful and peaceful area we discovered…. We had intended on going to Loch Lomond this day, but with a poor weather forecast for that area, a long drive to Edinburgh the day before and the flooded roadway memories fresh in my mind, we opted for an unplanned trip to Rannoch Moor. The Falls were again a sight to see and well worth the stop. Got back on the highway, passed through the rest of Glencoe and made our way up past Ft William to the Glen Nevis visitor center. Lots to see here and well worth the price of admission. Enjoyed our lunch at Little Italy in S. Also did the inside tour of the castle here and thought it was well worth the visit. We also ended up stopping at Rannoch Forest park and took a 30 minute hike through the forest. On the way back to Aberfeldy we stopped in Falkland and walked around town a bit taking in Falkland Palace from the outside only. Next we stopped at Blair Castle and did the full inside tour. Drove up the winding road to Cair Gorm mountain, but it was a bit rainy out so we just took a peek and headed back down. This is a really special place where you feel the grandness of the mountains and get a really peaceful feeling of being out in nature and away from humanity. Had a long drive back to Aberfeldy after a long day of sightseeing and hiking….. We decided to visit Stirling and started out at Stirling Castle. Strolled around the Fort, enjoyed the beautiful views and headed over to Inverness for a bite to eat. I thinks we must have overdone it a bit the day before, as we both woke not feeling well, me with a vicious sinus headache! Next was a drive north of Applecross along the Coastal route. I then was able to talk my better half into taking the hike up East Lomond Hill. Ate at the Applecross Inn and then made our way south to Toscaig. Great weather made for some great photo ops here and although I wished we would have stayed a bit longer, we headed out as we knew we had a long trip ahead. Another full day of adventuring began with a trip to wind swept Culloden Battlefield. Although we had not intended on going here, we ended up very glad that we did. Great little mini-mall here with excellent place to dine. Took another drive over to Grantown on Spey and then went back to Aviemore. Seven hours later and with about a half hour of sleep, I found myself behind the wheel of an Auris Hybrid. No rest for the weary…. Toured the castle gardens as well and then drove on over to Fort George. Also toured the Blair gardens and strolled through the ancient forest here as well. On the way to St Andrews our GPS went a bit fuzzy in Dundee as we went round and round the same roundabout three times!