Mini Tour of Scotland – Day 12, Kilchoan to Arisaig campsite. Rain Dance

Basically rain the whole day. Waited for the rain to subside before decamping. I have heard that the landscape is dramatic along the coast to Arisaig. However the view is kinda dampened by the heavy fog and rain. Still with rain and heavy fog it offers a different kinda of dramatic landscape. Sometimes eerie sometimes mysterious but stunning no matter. Don’t be fooled by the photos. They are captured when Mother Nature takes a breather from her piss.

Not a nice day for riding I admit but must push on. Part of the experience. I was properly soaked wet arriving the campsite. I quickly set up my tent and had a quick dinner. Strong winds are expected tonight. Winds battered the tent basically the whole night. Oh well. Scotland.

All smiles despite the weather
Moody foggy wet
Another rock star Scottish cow
Mysterious
Eerie
Stunning quiet roads
Whisky only ready in 2021

Love the colours of transition Autumn
Early Autumn colours
I have time for this.
Wow where am I actually ?

Private castle
Cuppa tea ?
Final stretch of the ride
Moody is drama. Drama is beauty.

At last my campsite.

Author: krankster

I am an avid cyclist that loves mountain biking, bike commuting and most of all bicycle touring. I am a freelance leadership coach and hope to inspire others through my cycling adventures.

One thought on “Mini Tour of Scotland – Day 12, Kilchoan to Arisaig campsite. Rain Dance”

  1. I’m sure you’d prefer it to be drier, but the photos are still beautiful, and as you say, dramatic and eerie. Too hot for me to cycle here in Cyprus! Very impressed with all the social enterprise businesses and must look into it.

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