I only noticed this one today, built into The Old Mission Hall where we were staying. We walked back a different way from the harbour and saw it.
We made a plan over a late breakfast to go walking for the day in a nearby forest, but we took the wrong turning and just kept going. It was sunny, we had the roof down on the car and the scenery was great. A check of the geocache map showed there were plenty ahead of us.
We stopped in Cannich for coffee and cake at the Bog Cotton Cafe and then onto geocaching and walking.
Corrimony Cairn is an ancient burial mound, built about 4000 years ago.
When we got back to the campsite having had a great day out in glorious weather with the roof down, we discovered the site was flooded in places. The heavy rain started at Dingwall at about 11am and went on and on for four hours!
So for a day that started by taking a wrong turning, it turned out alright for us.
I have spent the day in London on behalf of clients, at a software solution supplier, working on the project plan for a roll out later this summer.
As with all projects, some elements are on schedule and working well and others will need some TLC to keep them on track. There is always that one point that will not work and will need a redesign – we have one of those. So Monday there will be meetings with the clients to solve the issue!
There were of course opportunities to take some photos.