yes it is if the Isle Of Skye is earthly.
Gigantic dinosaurs frolicked and splashed some 170 million years ago in the lagoons of what is now Scotland. That’s what a team of paleontologists has determined after discovering dozens of jumbo-sized footprints belonging to long-necked sauropods on the Isle of Skye. Mixed with the herbivores’ tracks were a few clawed impressions left behind by two-legged meat-eaters known as theropods.
The footprints present a snapshot of life during an important period in dinosaur history that has yielded relatively few fossil remains. In the mid-Jurassic, sauropods necks grew longer and the first birds were figuring out flight.
So it seems that not only is your place so beautiful, it is Historically important also
The latest discoveries are at a place called Brothers Point.
Skye is such an amazing place
They have to repair the road every few years at the bottom of the fault because it has moved towards the sea.