“archaeoastronomy, standing stones and stone circles, cairns and their alignments, ancient rock carvings, interesting notches and shapes in the hills, the Ness of Brodgar, the work of Alexander Thom”
Week Fifteen – One Day At A time
“April the Eleventh…………Mooching at Tingwall……watching a Grey Wagtail………though why it isn’t called a Yellow Wagtail beats me!”
Bernie Bell: Orkney Walks (with stories)- Cottisgarth
“If you have a good walk and look round here, it’s a great place. “
You Can Never Have Too Many Links!
“What else is still to be found?”
Something About Sound……..
“We visited the Grey Cairns of Camster, in Caithness, and this is what happened…….”
Bernie Bell: Orkney Walks (with stories) – The Eagle Cairn
“It’s in a stunning position, way up there, on the cliffs, almost in the sky. “
Mapping the hidden paths & trails in Orkney
“Better mapping of the paths in Orkney can help give more people here the confidence and knowledge to get outdoors. “Heath Brown Ramblers Scotland
Treacle Is Medicine
“The man known as Treacle Walker is a Healer who talks like Professor Stanley Unwin, and travels as a Rag & Bone man”
Bernie Bell: Orkney Walks, South-Ronaldsay, East Coast
you get some wonderful views of the position of the Eagle Cairn in relation to the landscape around it, and of the Pentland Skerries, with their lighthouse.
Re. the ‘Boyne to Brodgar’ programme.II
“Then, Knowth….never been there before. What can I possibly say, about Knowth?”