The town of Kinlochleven, the second to last on the Way, is definitely my favorite so far. It's small enough that we can walk across town in just a few minutes, there are several places to stay, and several places to eat. And it has a pretty park in the middle, next to a climbing gym and gear store. I've heard that Fort William is a little over-the-top touristy, but this place is just right in every way.
A long-abandoned husk of a house. A pair of Belgians we ran into today told us the Highlands have a blemish on their history, when the clan leaders or landowners drove their people off their land and burned their houses in order to make more money by herding sheep. I'll have to look into this some more.
And here we are in Fort William to finish this hike. It's pouring buckets, hence the relative lack of people on the street. Lucky for us, we have a nice place booked for two nights, so we get to dry off, sleep in cozy beds, and listen to the rain come down outside. On to being tourists for a few days.