“We then visited the Mid Howe Broch. This is an impressive, and appealing structure. “
“It was a sunny, breezy day, so we thought to avoid the cold East wind, by walking on the West coast – of South Ronaldsay. “
“If you have a good walk and look round here, it’s a great place. “
St Kessog was Scotland’s patron saint before St Andrew. On the 10th of March 560, St Kessog (MacKessog) was killed by paid brigands.
we drove down to South Ronaldsay, and parked in the car park of the Kirk at Kirkhouse.
HMS Tern also known as Royal Naval Air Station Twatt was a massive airfield constructed within months of the outbreak of War in 1939.
“I was getting over a cold, had little energy, and so, wanted a gentle toddle rather than a strenuous stomp. So, I bethought myself of Lochside Viewpoint, in Harray.”
Witches, ghouls, things that go bump in the night, here’s Tam o’ Shanter to gie you a fright.
This one has a good, and interesting mixture.
here’s a good walk, from Stenness village. Take binoculars!