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O is for Outer Hebrides

If you read my post I is for Inner Hebrides, you might have guessed what O was going to be! In my opinion, the outer islands are even more beautiful than the inner ones – they’re the orange ones on the map. 111 more words


Arriving in Steòrnabhagh (Stornoway)

14 June 2013

The train rumbles north. Layers of questions that tugged at me in the build up to my journey, peel away like snake skins, left to flutter in the breeze. 296 more words


Take the 'Tour of a Lifetime' to the Outer Hebrides

If you could choose a travel tour of a lifetime, what would it be? Eating your way through Turkey? Kayaking the canals of Venice? Climbing the mountains of Kashmir? 242 more words


It's Spring...somewhere

The 50mph gale currently blowing and heavy rain over the past two days is trying to hide the fact that, despite Mother Nature’s best efforts otherwise, Spring has sprung on Uist. 120 more words


Jane Hunter Harris Tweed Mapwork Art

Jane in the Sunday Mail Magazine March 2014, courtesy of Jenny Morrison


I have lived in Aberdeen for four almost four years now, and I am now just coming to the end of my time at university here. 395 more words

Blogging From A - Z Challenge

Callanish Standing Stones

As my friend Dallas commented on my picture from Stonehenge, he is more impressed by the standing stones on the Outer Hebrides, at Callanish. The best thing is perhaps that you can (still) walk among the stones and you can touch them. 21 more words

Raymond Wardenaer