We went on a lovely trip to the Highlands yesterday. We took a look at the Fortingall Yew tree, which is thought to be around 5000 years old. And then drove up Glen Lyon, one of the most beautiful valleys in Scotland. Finishing with a walk along the shore of Loch Tay. We saw 2 herds of red deer – counting about 70 animals. As well as lots of pheasants and a hare. We watched a farmer round up a pregnant sheep with his 2 sheep dogs, and help her give birth to a healthy lamb.
The scenery was amazing, and there were daffodils everywhere. There were lots of requests for photo stops!