|Chanonry Point on Moray Firth.|
|The moral to this story? Be careful who your prophecy of doom concerns, it may be your last!|
|The lighthouse on the point, still very much in use.|
|It's never too cold and windy for ice cream!|
|The waves on the windward side of the point looking out at Moray Firth.|
The roads on the Black Isle, other than the B832, are very narrow. A lot of "on coming traffic in middle of road" signs. Some of them are single lane with passing places. We drove on these to Cromarty, at the tip of the Isle. Driving in Scotland is good for getting your heart to racing!
|One of several drilling rigs in Cromarty Firth.|
|Baby and Adult Gulls were everywhere. The babies were real whiners.|
|A tour boat heading out to watch the Dolphins.; we didn't see any from land.|
The clouds were coming in, signaling the end of the sun and the start of the showers, so we headed home. Eleanor and Brian had left us a couple of bottles of Black Isle Organic ales to try. Yum!
|Our favorite product from the Black Isle!|