Not far from Tobermory you find a wee paradise.
First however the road gets narrower and narrower. Cycle Trail is written here...
Passing Bloody Bay, we are travelling a heavenly landscape until we reach a park.
Scotland-buffaloes bar the path, then we are there.
Glengorm Castle, beautifully situated at the Sound of Mull. Ardnamurchan in the background, the most western point of the Scottish mainland.
A park and a small coffee shop - time for a rest...
...enjoying tea, coffee, and cakes.
A stately castle, offering B&B at hefty prices.
On we go, passing the castle. We the reach a scenery....
...right away like paradise.
A trail takes out towards our destination and never the saying has been as true as here:
Here really the journey is its own reward. Including 'Charly', the young bull...
... or a sheep, apparently feeling right swell.
Highland Cattle taking a nap in the sun. In the background the Sound of Mull.
Here we are:
The Standing Stones of Glengorm.
3 well preserved rocks of about 2 meters height.
Everybody who is anybody peacefully resting and grazing.
Visitors are a rarety. The animals are most trusting.
Nevertheless: Better keep a distance from the chief bull.
A cute hair cut...
Finally we leave the wee paradise.