Visiting the Moray Firth
You may recall In Diana Gabaldon's Drums of Autumn, Brianna and Lizzie sailed out of the Moray Firth heading off to the Colonies in search of her parents Jamie and Claire Fraser.
It was also along one the Moray Firth ports that Roger overhead that heartbreaking conversation by a sea captain and a destitute family informing them that would have to sell off their young daughters.
I was able to visit both sides of the Moray Firth. On the north side we stopped at Chanonry Point and also across the channel on the south side, Nairn. Both were beautiful of course.
Granted, it was a very windy day and there was no site of the dolphins that we had come to search out.
Can you not just picture huge tall ships bound for the Indies, France or the Colonies sailing out of Moray Firth?
My imagination ran wild as it did every single day while in Scotland.
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Part 4 - The Thames River in London
Part 5 - Edinburgh Outlander Stops
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