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... mile almost landlocked area of water). I did not realise the importance of the Orkney Islands in World War II but it does make sense in terms of Atlantic supply routes from America.
We passed over the island of Burray onto Orkney mainland, the largest of the twenty inhabited islands which make up the Orkney archipelago. The approach to Kirkwall was quite dramatic and not unlike the approach to John O’Groats. The town sprawls up from Kirkwall harbour. And here, I was in ...
... Allan, in their hangar before departing (they had both helped us with EZ back in 2011).
The 79 mile, 40-minute flight to Sumburgh, Shetland Isles, afforded great views of the northern Orkney Islands and Fair Isle, before Patrick elected to take the Quarry Approach to runway 33 "just for old times’ sake"!
Welcomed by ground engineers Brian and Thorfinn, and then Paul (Orkney Brian’s colleague), we refuelled and bedded down the EZ ...
... we tried to see him so that was the one thing on the To Do list that we didn't do.
And the girls were pleased that Rachael and Sheila gave them some Easter eggs to munch on. It wouldn't be Easter without Easter eggs!!
Kristy headed off to bed about 9 but Tessa managed to stay up and be sociable a bit longer before she went off too, mostly because her friends were all up and she could chat to them on her phone!! I didn't get to bed early ...
... occasions along his journey, but we'd never actually crossed paths. We decided to go back into the café with him and enjoy another cuppa, so we could swap stories. We sat there for another 2 hours or so as the wild weather continued on outside. Pierre told us about a wonderful wildlife reserve at the very north of the Island, where you can walk over to spectacular cliffs and see loads of birdlife (including Puffins) and overlook the small island ...
... looking into the beautiful bush and there were two deer standing under a tree eating the bark and moss of the tree trunk. It was amazing! They were just off the road and were so close. We continued on past amazing lakes and rivers untill we got to a castle. The whole way through the driver was telling us about the different areas and lakes in the park. He stopped at the castle so we could get some photos explaining the castle and its history. ...