Blogging with an iPad, Blogsy App, and sketchy Internet connections is not without its challenges. One frustration is I have not been able to add links to my posts. I have decided that when I get home a whole post will be about the great places we have stayed, some thoughts on running B&Bs, along with the appropriate links. I also want to apologize for not responding to individual comments left with my posts. I will try to address these in a future post as well. In the meantime keep the comments coming - we are reading and appreciating them at the end of each day.
Walking the Cateran Trail continues to be an amazing experience. I am writing this quick post on the morning of our last day. One thing you won't see in any of our pictures, but is an integral part of our journey, is our bottle of ibuprofen. Kath is still nursing a foot injury and I have managed to catch a cold. When I woke up with a fever at the beginning of day four I was not sure I could make it. However, a couple of ibuprofen later I thought it just might be possible. Plus it was a shorter section of the trail. We only had eleven miles to cover.
I am headed down for another hearty Perthshire breakfast, so will stop here. Hopefully everyone is still enjoying the pictures I am posting. The beauty of the Scottish countryside is hard to fully capture in photos. Tonight we arrive in Edinburgh. We are looking forward to seeing the city but will miss the heather and moors, cattle and sheep, bracken and gorse, gently rolling hills and kind people of this little corner of the Scottish Highlands.