This is night No.104/2018 living in my caravan. Now pitched at Morvich C&MC Site in Kintail, near the village of Inverinate. Cost a very reasonable £36.30 for 3 nights.

Bit of a milestone tonight. Last year, I finished touring on 30th of October and the total nights for 2017 was 52. I've doubled that in 2018. That's mainly due to me having a new, better equipped caravan this year.

Woke up around 0630 after a good sleep. The weather was better than yesterday, and improved as the day progressed, until the late afternoon when it became quite showery.

After taking the dogs a walk at Inchree, and packing up the van, we left Bunree around 1000 for the drive north and west to Morvich.

Stopped for a picture looking over the distant Glen Shiel Hills.

There was snow on the tops.

Stopped again in Glen Shiel with the snowy hills as a backdrop.

The site was virtually empty, there was one other van here when I arrived and in the late afternoon, there was maybe 6 or 7 in total.

I've been to this site many times. It is ideally located for Beinn Fhada (a Munro), and the 15 odd Munros in Glen Shiel, but is also a great base for exploring Glenelg, Sandaig, Plockton, and Skye (15 miles). It is a wild weather area though, and when it rains or snows, it does it on massive scales! It is a good site, in a good location.

There's a good forest walk a 2 min drive from the site, near Inverinate. It climbs to give fine views over the hills of Kintail and Loch Duich.

One of the Five Sisters on the left, and a snowy 'Saddle' on the right.

Hamish was too interested in gathering unfeasably awkward sticks.

Can think of worse places for a dog walk.


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