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... built in the 1940's as naval defenses to protect the anchorage of Scapa Flow. In ww1 Scapa Flow was the base for the Royal Navy Grand Fleet. However it was not as safe as first imagined and within a few months a German Submarine entered the Flow. Many ships were filled with ballast and sunk to assist in the defense of Scapa Flow. We saw many remnants of these 'block ships' as we crossed the Churchill Barriers. Germans sank the Royal ...
... us to land at the giant international airports than for paying late arrival fees at smaller domestic airports. We're learning! The controllers were friendly as I made a couple rookie mistakes, giving a couple wrong runway transmissions and not setting the local pressure altitude after flying at QNE flight levels. Again, you live, you learn. The controllers had no other traffic, so it was no big deal, I was just a tick embarrassed. After a long day of flying, particularly with ...
At Wick, by bus to John O 'Groats by ferry over to the Oarkey Islands for the day. We saw a working Scotch Whiskey Distillery, Neolithic Village archeological remains, another castle and another church. We keep falling asleep when ever we are on the bus....! ...
... the other, usually as an endurance test and/or to raise money for charity.
The town of John o’ Groats takes its name from Jan de Groote, a Dutchman who obtained a grant for the ferry from the Scottish mainland to Orkney, recently acquired from Norway, from James IV, King of Scots, in 1496.
By this time the sun was peeping hesitantly ...
... the cliffs gave way to a long beach backed by high dunes fringing the wide sweep of Sinclair's Bay. By now I was watching the time, aware of the last bus back to Wick. Where the Burn of Lyth flows across the beach I headed inland to the A99 and picked up the bus just south of the village of Keiss.
Distance covered 11 miles.
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 090530.html