|started my day with a smile!
|Rest and Be Thankful
|Inverary Castle as seen from the road through the van window
|Inverary on Loch Fyne
|the All Saints Bell Tower was built to remember the Clan Campbell dead from WWI. Begun in 1921 and completed in 1931, it holds 10 bells.
|the remains of Kilchurn Castle
|one of the views from the castle
|I believe this is a school that you can see from the castle
|loved these stairsteps to nowhere
|beautiful view from high up in the castle tower
|Interior of the Castle
|St. Conan's Kirk
|This is where Robert the Bruce's thigh bone is supposedly located. Apparently there are pieces of him all over Scotland.
|One end of St. Conan's Kirk
|and the other end of St. Conan's Kirk
|these windows inside are gorgeous!
|The outside was just as beautiful. Loved this little sundial.
|aren't these the cutest little "gargoyles"
|The "port" at Oban where we ate lunch
|a traditional "fish and chips". We chose Cod and Danny added the traditional peas to his plate
|Highland Cattle also known as Hairy Coos and that's not a typo. These cows have been bred to have a longer coat to withstand the harsh winters.
|It's hard to tell, but there's a waterfall on the right hand side of the picture
|We are standing in front of one of the Three Sisters mountains
|this is mom and dad in front of the other two sisters mountains
|my mom and dad, Bryce and Linda
|so glad Juliet let us stop to see this waterfall.