Second day with Macbackpacker tour - Day 2
North Kessock Travel Blog› entry 6 of 40 › view all entries
April 27th, 2010 – by: signedcutie
First stop, besides stopping for gas :o), was at Moray Firth in North Kessock. A little village on the Black Isle just north of Inverness. The purpose of our stop was to see if you could catch a glimpse of Dolphins. Our stop lasted approximately 15 mins but we did indeed get a little show from the dolphins in the distance. There were many sailboats and fisherman boats on the Firth and the dolphins decided to show off for the fisherman. How ironic is that? Luckily, the fisherman didn't seem too interested in with the Dolphins. I ended up getting some pretty good photos there. It seemed to be very serene at the firth and I was absolutely loving it. I even got a good shot of the Kessock bridge; which allows a gateway between the town of Inverness and North Kessock. The bridges construction commenced in 1976 but wasn't finished until 1982. Before the construction of the bridge, individuals wishing to travel between North Kessock and Inverness had to take a ferry! Either way, the bridge was a beauty and definitely added to the angelic nature of the area.
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