Up until the 1870's there was almost no human habitation there. Lord Blythswood's brother built himself a stately mansion not far from here and his wife and mother stayed there. His mother found the drive to church too far and wanted something closer so they had this church built. Isn't that crazy?! Oh what money can do.
It started to rain as we walked up to the church and you could hear the rain drops on the old windows. I couldn't help but wonder what it was like to go to church here back in the day. It has gorgeous large windows and I just imagined if the sermon got boring I'd look out on to the loch and do some day dreaming.
When you're driving through Scotland you need only look into the horizon and you'll find spires shooting above the tree's. History is hidden through the woods but if you can find it you can take a look so you'll always know where you came from. It's quite magical.