The decision to go to Skye was made on the morning of the departure after wind forecasts suggested the Jura route would not be possible/pleasant. Skye proved an excellent choice, albeit windy and testing at times. On days one and two we were pushed by a strongish wind southward, covering a planned three days to Glen Brittle in two. Because of the wind, swell and forecast, for the third and fourth days we opted for the more sheltered Loch Eishort.

Ready for the off

Departure, Portnalong, Loch Bracadale (With white horses)

Sunset at campsite on Wiay island

Campsite at Wiay

View from Wiay Campsite

Cave on Wiay

Cave Entrance on Wiay

Wiay

Heading south to Talisker Bay

Talisker Bay

Deep Cave south of Talisker Bay

Waterfall at mouth of Loch Eynort

Waterfall and Ruth

Comfort Break, Loch Eynort

Campsite, Glen Brittle

The Black Cuillins from campsite

Loch Brittle

Heast on Loch Eishort

Landing, Eilean Dubh

Lunch Break, Eilean Dubh, Lch Eishort

Loch Eishort

Hugh and the Cuillin Ridge

Innis and the Cuillins

Myles and the Cuillins

Campsite, Loch Eishort

Wonderful Fire

Ruth's Ultimate Bow Saw and an Alton Towers Cape

Just emerged and sibling emerging

Of all it surveys

Deserted village of Boreraig

Heading home

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