The two bikers were very talented stunt riders and had the audience gripped with their display.
It was not for the faint hearted...
There was lots to see and do, a fun family day out that had something for everyone. Gerard loved the classic cars and tractors, along with the chainsaw carving.
The highland dancing and Lewis Pipeband were a joy.
I don't think I will ever tire of the beautiful sound of the pipes and drums.
There were so many categories for the competitions it was a delight to walk around and admire the different classes.
Whilst I favoured the craft section and admired the skills of the many competitors, Gerard and the children favoured the agricultural sections.
A fantastic day out with memories of Granny's Scotland to keep them going until they visit again.
At the moment we are preparing the car and packing our suitcases for a trip to see the family. We leave tomorrow on a Ferry from Tarbert in Harris across to the Isle of Skye and then we will drive across the causeway to the mainland. A route that we have never taken before so adds a little excitement to the journey. I will catch up with you all on my return with news of my adventures. In the meantime take care and look after yourselves.
See you soon.