An Geamhradh Wanderings of the highs and lows of Alba, from north Inbhir Theòrsa to Dùn Phrìs is Gall-Ghaidhealaibh.
This county of Alba was ablichtutely waterlogged and very, very cold! Inbhir Theòrsa and Tunga were both friendly, Loch Loyal was serene, dissipating stillness impressing upon my restlessness. Bothy's Strabeg and Achnanclach were warm, emptied but full of ancestral spirit; Diùranais seafront was a charm of vibrant glistening light.
Loch Loyal flows north through Loch Craggie and Loch Slaim into the River Borgie. The Loch is surrounded by mountain ranges that include Beinn Stumanadh, Ben Hiel, and Cnoc nan Cuilean.
Atholl highlanders are fickle and geriatric army. Blair Castle was also disturbingly creepy, notably the Diana Garden which felt restless with psychological torment. Ascending the depraved madness of this treacherous clans miss placed loyalty felt redefining and gaining distance also relieving, to realise this extent from self-perspective was slightly unnerving. I do enjoy roving the magnificent Atholl Highlands and have visited these areas atleast four times..