And so to home.
With a perfectly packed Toyota RAV4 (extra photo), we set off home.
We crossed from the misty Isle of Skye to the mainland by the ferry at Kylerhea. It meant this trip we’d arrived and departed from Isle of Skye by ferries. Kylerhea been a crossing point to Isle of Skye for hundreds of years. The ferry MV Glenachulish, is the last manually operated turntable ferry in Scotland, possibly the World. It’s part of Scotland’s heritage and always needs patronage. It only takes 6 cars - we were the only car leaving, so had it to ourselves. It’s been a while since that happened to me. I stood on deck and watched several seals watching us. The main photo is after we disembarked and the ferry was setting off again for the Isle of Skye; the drone captured part of the return (extra); the (extra) photo through the windscreen is us driving onto the turntable deck.
The road from Glenelg to Mam Ratagan was quiet.
A blue sky, and gradually busier roads from Fort William south, saw us home late afternoon.
And so finished our enjoyable family trip. We had a great time. And we learned a lot; I’ve got much to reflect upon and research. That’s a good thing.