Carrbridge, Scotland

Carrbridge is one of those serendipitous moments on a trip: we had just driven through the Cairngorms, and were looking for a place to stop for the night. This was just a sweet village with an array of B&Bs and a nice pub for dinner…nothing special.

But then…we decided to take a stroll. Not a long one, either. Just down to the end of the road and back.

Turns out there’s a stream that flows through town. That was pretty. But as we walked closer, we finally saw it: this large stone bridge gently curving over the stream. Large enough to drive a horse and buggy over, anyway.

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Just one of those casual moments you’ll remember forever.

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