Our trip over oceans through woods to islands in Scotland happened in subway, taxis, planes, trains, boats, and cars. For my last post on our summer trip to Scotland, I wanted to share some of the photos Walker took on trains and boats on our travels.
From Edinburgh, we boarded a train to Glasgow and then to Mallaig. The trains made a thousand stops, but seeing into each village and glen was kindof like looking into beautiful living rooms here in Brooklyn so it was all part of the fun.
I loved all the ways the hills and sky reflected onto lakes, streams, even the ocean.
And the low, varied clouds blew fast like water over the land. I'd forgotten how gusty Scotland is!
Sometimes Walk jumped out at stations to snap pictures, and I freaked out we were going to leave him behind every time. I think he took this photo on one of those stops.
The train ride ended in Mallaig, where we caught a short 30-minute ferry over to Skye. The ferries always seem so spacious after a long train ride.
Once on Skye, we rented a car, and you've seen some of those photos in my previous post. On the way back from Scotland, we took the train from Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness,
and rented a car to drive to St Andrews.
Walk didn't take photos there, and instead we just soaked it in. We walked on the beach until our knees hurt and the winds blew our breath out of us. We visited the restaurant of our first date, coffee shops, new spots in town, and so many old pals. It felt like home.
We loved being back in one of our favorite spots in the world so, so much.
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