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Lewis Story 5

Sunday 19th June 1982, late afternoon

It had been a long slog, getting back out of Pairc. Even under the circumstances, it had been very hard to walk past several potential golden eagle nest cliffs. 716 more words

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The Blackhouse (Lewis Trilogy #1) by Peter May ~ Murder/Mystery on the Isle of Lewis @authorpetermay #BookReview

Author: Peter May

Performed by Peter Forbes

Released on Audible: February 2018 by riverrun

Category: Murder, Mystery, Crime, Drama, Book Review

When a brutal murder on the Isle of Lewis bears the hallmarks of a similar slaying in Edinburgh, police detective Fin Macleod is dispatched north to investigate.

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Lewis Story - 4

Sunday 19th June 1982, morning – Pairc peninsula, Isle of Lewis

It had been a long day already for Ewan. He had been up since 6 o’clock,   when a passing stag had wakened him from a pleasant dream…… 1,323 more words

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The Lido, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis - a chic, sleek American Diner-Pizzeria-Restaurant for superb Italian cusine with the taste of the Hebrides

For the great escape, the Outer Hebrides offer the visitor a distinctively different, magical destination,  rich in ancient history and cultural heritage.  These beautiful islands are easily accessible by plane and ferry, where the visitor will find a wild, natural landscape, long sealochs, stunning sandy beaches, and the warmest hospitality. 1,067 more words

Leisure Pursuits

Our Trip to the Isle of Lewis:5 Homeward Bound

By Bernie Bell

And so we headed home

Via a detour to Corrieshallock Gorge and Falls, which the man we spoke with at Loch Eriboll had told us about.  172 more words


Our Trip to the Isle of Lewis 4:Not Just Neolithic

By Bernie Bell

Lewis is renowned for its Neolithic sites, but there is more – a lot more.  At Great Bernera, there is a  reconstruction of an Iron Age house, which wasn’t open when we were there, but, in the visitor season, it’s possible to go inside, with a guide. 582 more words


Living Life Via the Scenic Route

Flu, snow and summer dreams of the Outer Hebrides

White sandy beaches, turquoise tinged sparkling water and okay, to give an honest picture, probably a substantial amount of wind and rain too – Scotland’s West Coast islands, I just can’t seem to shake my obsession with them! 645 more words