When I am in the couch potato zone going outside and exploring new places sounds daunting, and hard… Ugh, then I probably have to drive, and pack my bag, and walk. Its a whole to-do. When you are feeling that way, and don’t actually want to just sit at home, but don’t know how to get off the couch- refer to this list!
Naturally, we both about crapped our pants. I had been on alert, and like always, I was scanning our surroundings for wildlife. The problem was, there was a deep drop off heading down to the river where the moose must have been drinking. We were far enough away from the drop off to where we could not see anything down there.
We had camped the previous night on the bank of Lochness, and woke the next morning set out for our bus to Inverness at the tippy-top of Scotland. In Scotland it is totally free and legal to “wild camp,” so for the majority of the time we were in Scotland we tried to camp.
After singing along to all of these tunes for awhile, a woman who was sitting near us stood up from her seat to use the restroom. In the process she bumped into several chairs and knocked over a wine glass. Our attention quickly sprung her direction, when we realized she had one of those sticks that blind people use to see. Then I started looking around a little more closely…
It is a gorgeous place with abundant wildlife, wacky trees, and amazing star-gazing. It really is a quirky one-of-a-kind getaway. However, there are some critical things to know before getting to the park that could make or break your adventure