Loch Brittle. Hiking along the cliffs of Loch Brittle to Rubh’ an Dùnain peninsula. This area was home to Clan MacAskill and much earlier inhabitants until the mid-1800s. Recent archeological studies have indicated the peninsula could have been a Viking “shipyard” in the 12th Century. That’s cool. But even the Vikings arrived millennia after the original tenants, who lived in Rubh’ an Dùnain 5,000 years ago, when the Egyptians were building pyramids. It’s mind-blowing (for me, at least) to meander, absorb and ponder in a place like this.