2015 Approaches – where did the time go?

2015 already, where did all the time go?  2014 has been a wonderfully busy year.  I have had such pleasure showing the Highlands off to everyone.  I made new friends met new people and even got given a new name!  to one particular guest I am now Miss Wendy, such a sweet family who I really enjoyed taking to Ben Nevis to see the snow.  A new tour was added called the Outlander tour which proved to be very popular, anyone who hasn’t yet read the Diana Gabaldon books really should, she has such a good take on the history of the Highlands and got the highlanders characters spot on.  I read all eight books and was so sad when I had finished them.  of course they have now made a TV series of it for those who don’t like reading.

 

Another new addition this year was to go to Oban and Glen Coe, unfortunately the weather didn’t allow for good pictures, on every occasion I have been it has rained, so my new years resolution is to go on the first sunny day we have and get some pictures.   We saw a lot of wild life, this past two weeks the deer have even crossed the road in front of us, of course as I am the driver I never have my camera to hand when I need it.

 

So as I wish you all a happy New year for 2015 I leave 2014 with just a few of these pictures, and look forward to posting new ones of all the new people I will meet this coming year.  I am so excited and looking forward to it.

 

Rainbow The Cuillins of SkyeLochness

view of the Grampians

view of the Grampians

Clootie well

Highland Cow

Highland Cow

Comando Monument Spean bridge. Grampians behind

Comando Monument Spean bridge. Grampians behind

2015 where did all the time go?

2015 already, where did all the time go?  2014 has been a wonderfully busy year.  I have had such pleasure showing the Highlands off to everyone.  I made new friends met new people and even got given a new name!  to one particular guest I am now Miss Wendy, such a sweet family who I really enjoyed taking to Ben Nevis to see the snow.  A new tour was added called the Outlander tour which proved to be very popular, anyone who hasn’t yet read the Diana Gabaldon books really should, she has such a good take on the history of the Highlands and got the highlanders characters spot on.  I read all eight books and was so sad when I had finished them.  of course they have now made a TV series of it for those who don’t like reading.

 

Another new addition this year was to go to Oban and Glen Coe, unfortunately the weather didn’t allow for good pictures, on every occasion I have been it has rained, so my new years resolution is to go on the first sunny day we have and get some pictures.   We saw a lot of wild life, this past two weeks the deer have even crossed the road in front of us, of course as I am the driver I never have my camera to hand when I need it.

 

So as I wish you all a happy New year for 2015 I leave 2014 with just a few of these pictures, and look forward to posting new ones of all the new people I will meet this coming year.  I am so excited and looking forward to it.

 

Rainbow The Cuillins of SkyeLochness

view of the Grampians

view of the Grampians

Clootie well

Highland Cow

Highland Cow

Comando Monument Spean bridge. Grampians behind

Comando Monument Spean bridge. Grampians behind