Monthly Archives: August 2012

Stornoway

I didn’t really take to Stornoway. It has too many weird things like trees and people. Continue reading

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Getting closer to St Kilda

I’ve seen it from afar, read all about it and booked myself on a trip. Now I just have to get there. Continue reading

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Is the weather worse when indoors?

Getting philosophical about the weather Continue reading

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Ruabhal

A watery view from Benbecula’s high point Continue reading

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Flodda

No seals, but plenty of rusting, old farm machinery. Continue reading

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Bornais

Paddling cows, a broch and a tricky path. Continue reading

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Wheelhouse, South Uist

On this short walk I discovered the remains of houses that had been lived in for 1400 years. Continue reading

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Eriskay

Bonnnie Prince Charlie, wild horses and whisky galore!
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Heaval

A steep climb led to my first sighting of St Kilda! Continue reading

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Vatersay

Sunbathing cows, an old fort and a slice of wedding cake. Continue reading

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