Yesterday we headed to Perthshire via Culloden Moor, site of the 1746 Battle of Culloden. It was very moving to tour the site where the Jacobite uprisings (led by Bonnie Prince Charlie) ended in a tragic defeat for the Scottish highlanders in their effort to return a Stuart to the throne of Scotland. There was a very touching display and film in the visitor centre that gave a terrific sense of the battle between the Scots and the English. We then had a lovely lunch in the charming town of Pitlochry and then stopped at Kincraig for an impressive display of working sheepdogs. We then continued to Blair Atholl for a tour of the whisky distillery and the first of many wee drams we sampled yesterday. We stayed overnight in a charming hotel in Dunkeld on the river Tay where people were actually fly fishing for salmon. Absolutely gorgeous and a walking path along the river took us to the old cathedral of the town.