I fell so deeply in love with Scotland, I had a huge grin on my face. It was my first time visiting Mull on the motorbike. Our route to the ferries was glorious, hugging the sides of lochs, the sun glinting on water. Highland cows standing in the cool water up to their knees. As the road breaks away it twists left and right, up and down, cutting through the countryside. I could smell the bluebells in the woods, the trees have new yellow-green leaves. There’s fresh green grass and the countryside is clothed in a beautiful new dress of wild flowers in pink, yellow and white. Scotland looks so beautiful.
I have always loved Scotland and had many great adventures sea kayaking, walking and biking. Sometimes the weather is good and you see the mountains, sometimes she’s shy and hides in mist and rain. This weekend, the skies were big and blue, the colours were clear and vibrant. Just laying on the warm rocks and watching the clouds after skinny dipping in the beautiful clear river was pure joy. What more do you need in life? I was happy to just be in Scotland and I opened my heart to all the beautiful details. I remembered why I loved here and found new things to love about her. I’m looking forward to going back to see her again soon and being delighted by her wonders mighty and tiny.