My First Slideshow, Isle of Mull, Scotland

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I am experimenting, my first sideshow….. its nice to have a change once and a while.  I have chosen the drive after we had left the Corran Ferry in 2013, from yesterdays post.  We then drove about 30 miles to catch another ferry to take us to the Isle of Mull, which we drove across and eventually caught another one, to Iona, which was a beautiful visit.  I have a whole category on the ‘Isle of Iona’, if anyone wants to take a look.

15 Replies to “My First Slideshow, Isle of Mull, Scotland”

  1. Wonderful, Lynne! I didn’t know you could do that. Great pictures, I could almost see the cloud shadows moving across the hills. 🙂

    1. Glad you enjoyed it Pat, I didn’t know I could do either. I think it might be something they have added since I last looked at different ways of adding the photos. I had fun doing it 🙂 and thats what its all about 🙂

    1. Thank you Jo, yes we are going Mull and Steve wants to go to Iona for a 3rd visit. I would like to go to Tiree and maybe Colonsey. We are going back at the end of the month to visit Jura and Islay for the Whisky festive on Jura, we are staying in the hotel next to the distillery. But this trip 3 musts, Lismore, KIllmartin and Kerrera…..hopefully 🙂 even if is raining 🙂

      1. That sounds good! Quite a bit of island hopping. Hope the weather clears up – it has got to get better! 🙂 You will have a fab time, anyway – can’t fail in places like that!

      2. Hopefully, even if we just do a couple it will be ok, we have had the most beautiful weather for the last three days, teeshirt weather up to 17 today, loads of gardening done and next week its suppose to get hotter here…..might be better to stay home 🙂 🙂

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