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... and safety. It had started to rain so we walked out to the ruins first before visiting the house and visitor center. We walked around the ruins reading the placards for awhile. We then went over to Skaill House. It was the house's property on which Skra Brae is located. We walked the rooms in the family home and the viewed the artifacts collected by the family since the 17th Century. Very nice. We then boarded the bus to our last stop, the city ...
... and about local geography and the history of County Caithness. There was a very interesting exhibit about a local baker named Robert Dick, who was also a famous geologist and botanist. The last exhibit was a rotating exhibit in the art gallery. Shades of Oslo, here was another multimedia display of weird videos. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped for ice cream. We then relaxed and unpacked for our two night stay ...
... the best days cycling I have ever done:) Within a few minutes of starting, our route took us on the notoriously dangerous A9, dum dum der!!! (Don't know how many, I'm better off not knowing, but we have kept hearing on the news while we have been on this trip that yet another cyclist, and sometimes an end to end cyclist, had been killed on the A9, flip!) so we understandably wanted to avoid it like the plague, but we simply had to do a 3 mile stretch of it ...
... that is what it said on the outside, it looked just like a house. We entered via a door at the side, straight into a bar out of the 1920's. Dirty glasses over the bar, indicating that a right royal session had gone on the night before. An elderly gentlemen appeared behind the bar and asked us what we would like. There was no menu on display, the only hint of what they sold was the two shelves of ...
... and bridge - no more wading! Between the Kyle of Tongue and the next major inlet, Loch Eriboll a large nameless peninsula protrudes northwards. The coastline is 5 miles from the road and my target for the day was to walk the perimeter of this peninsula, returning to the road at Hope to meet David around 1730. Heading north from the bridge a footpath sign directed me down to Skinnet beach which I was able to walk for a couple of miles due to low tide. Here shells ...