We had a nice home in Portree, as I've already posted:

Interesting thing about Scotland in summer is that you can still use the hearth. And you must use it, temperatures of 15 degrees, in Summer, are the usual I think.

The view from our deck when it was raining:

Same view, on the perfect day:

Portree is a small village, about 2,000 inhabitants, which houses scattered around the harbour.


On Saturday we drove to Portree. Probably a typical day on the Isle of Skye. They get about 1500-2000mm a year, Broadford even seems to get up to 2800mm a year (Auckland gets 1200mm a year).

The road was fairly uphill at times:

And so we arrived in Portree, the biggest village on Skye, with somewhat less then 3000 inhabitants. This is the accommodation we have rented:

On Sunday we went to the FP church in Portree. An elder, John Campbell, took the service.

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