Seeing Frances Pelly’s way-marker stone for the St. Magnus Way, by the bay in Finstown, got me thinking about forgiveness.
I didn’t feel like a big walk, so we went to the Bu, in Orphir, to mooch about a bit, on the beach there.
Around 15 people gathered to celebrate the inauguration of the final section of the St Magnus Way.
Guided walk Saturday 19th of October starting 10am
“Leaves are falling, all around, time I was on my way……… “ – Ramble On – Led Zeppelin
Eoin Harcus, representing Evie and Rendall Community Council, unveiled the St Magnus Way interpretation board by the slipway.
On Saturday 17th of August the St Magnus Way Group invites anyone interested to join them for the latest of their free guided walks.
The theme for this section of the Way is Forgiveness reflecting on whether Hakon was sorry for the murder of Magnus.
On Saturday 27th July at 10.00am at the Finstown Car Park there will be a short commissioning of the interpretation board
The new marker stone and display board for the Dounby – Finstown section of the St Magnus Way was dedicated at a short ceremony on Saturday 15th of June by Councillor Rachael King and Rev John Butterfield.