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... time in the winter, which means I would be able to keep my retail job for spending money and then it would be full time in the summer when all the cruises start to come in. I am still planning on coming home in late April since my best friend is getting married and I am in the bridal party. How long I am at home will depend on whether or not I get this job, if i don't get it then i will be headed home in early April, will work for EF Tours Canada in May and ...
Kirkwall Peedie Hostel. Weather is wet and cold, windy at times Drove to South Ronaldsay island via the islands of Burray, Glimps Holm and Lamb Holm. The Islands are connected by the Churchill Barriers erected by Italian POWs during WWII under the orders of Churchill because a German U Boat had got through from the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea and sunk a British ship. You can still see ship wrecks as you drive along the barriers. We visited the Tomb of the Eagles ...
... br> So dear reader, the end of another blog. By the next we should have a little to tell about Papa Westray and Westray, and hopefully about a close encounter with Puffins.
Today has been a rest and recuperation day for us both after a couple of long walks on each of the two previous days. Jen is writing up her diary, and this wee scribe has had time to catch-up with you.
Und so, bis zum nachsten Mal, liebe Freunde (with an umlaut over the 'a' in nachsten, of course).
... ferry from Kirkwall to Westray being met at Rapness pier by Catherine and briefly meeting Mabel and Sinclair Bain with one of their children and partner who's names escape me at this stage but I'm sure Moyra will remind me of.
We then travelled up to Pierowall and the barn hostel at Chalmesquoy where we checked in and got sorted before heading to Jock and Myrtles at Santair? for our first meal on Westray. It was great to catch up with them both and share news as well as ...
... winter in barns (6 months or so) in barns with very close contact with humans. There was also an interesting looking herd of black sheep on the island which I believe are hebridean sheep, possible trophy potential? The commoditiy prices have been low in the UK and it has cost more to shear the sheep than the fleece is worth so it seems in many cases the wool is left to naturally shed. Beef has been ok but there are issues as you have to get them ...