One of the factors beyond our control during our travels is the weather; you can go during the time of year when the weather is usually nice, but still not be lucky enough to enjoy sunny days. Scotland, as it is part of an island and consists of many islands, is known as one of those places to visit where you can not count on the weather.
This first image shows how wonderful the weather was during our stay. This is a lovely beach view east of Inverness in a small town, whose name escapes me at this writing.
We knew that visiting Scotland during the end of May and beginning of June was no guarantee for perfect weather. Lucky for us, we saw just a couple of showers during the 12 days that we were there with the sun being visible during the most of our stay.
As you can see here, this weather was just stunning! This view of the garden at Carriden House, where we stayed for the final 3 nights of our visit, is just stunning.
You have also seen the weather on Skye in Friday Travel Photos – Skye, so I’m closing this post with a rather unusual view that I caught in a castle yard on Skye: