Anyhow, it was a long trip back, but we did stop here and there to stretch our legs and even look for a monster...
The town of Dornie
The "old" bridge of Invermoriston
We did send a couple of hours in Fort Augustus which sits along the shore of Loch Ness.
We took the obligatory cruise to search for "Nessie"
Well, would you look at that! We spotted her!
Fort Augustus is a small (pop. +/- 600) village with an interesting series of locks right through the middle of town. The locks are part of the Caledonian Canal which was designed in the 1800s as a way to connect the east coast of Scotland to the west coast.
Our last stop before returning to Edinburgh was a darling little town called Pitlochry. We had time to stretch our legs with a quick wander around town, and I had the best latte and millionaire bar (shortbread, caramel, and chocolate) of the entire trip here.
Once we arrived back in Edinburgh, we packed it in for the night as we had to say goodbye to Scotland the next morning.