We hear that the south of the UK is enjoying such warm, spring-like weather that people are wandering around in tee shirts. Nothing of the sort is happening here - we're still savouring the wettest winter anyone hereabouts can remember. It hasn't rained too much today, but we certainly haven't seen the sun, and it's still miserably cold in the wind.
Despite the weather, we were away into the hills this morning, leaving the car at the turn to the Beinn Bhuidhe wind turbine and crossing the road to walk along the southeastern flank of Ben Hiant. Although the main purpose of the walk was to get some exercise in what is probably the most beautiful corner of Ardnamurchan, we were also looking at the archaeology that's scattered along the steep slope, including the structures in this picture, which may or may not be the remains of shieling huts.
An interactive version of this map is here.