We woke up this morning in the picturesque village of Tobermory. We started the day with a pre-breakfast photo walk, leaving the Lord of the Glens at six o’clock in the morning. On our way, we were welcomed by the only local up at that time, Toby, the famous orange cat of Tobermory. A children’s book is based on this 15-year-old friendly creature. He made sure to say hello to each of our guests. We then took off to tell the story of Tobermory with our cameras. After breakfast, we met with Seamus, a local geologist. He took us on a great hike along the coast to learn how to see this volcanic landscape through a different lens. Right after the hike, we walked back into Tobermory and straight to the distillery. Here, we toured the facilities to learn how one of the best whiskeys in Scotland is made at the only distillery on the island of Mull. We made our way back to the Lord of the Glens for lunch and continued our journey to the island of Eigg. This tiny, community-owned island offered us a lovely hike along the coast. We accomplished so much in just one day here in the islands of Scotland.