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Travel Blogs from Isle of Harris
... 225;des, their gear and tackle and trim. All things counter, original, spare, strange; Whatever is fickle, freckled (who knows how?) With swift, slow; sweet, sour; adazzle, dim; He fathers-forth whose beauty is past change: Praise him. Gerard Manley Hopkins ...
Skyeskyns on the Waternish Peninsula is one of two remaining tanneries in the United Kingdom. "for everything in sheepskin" It is a family owned traditional tannery that utilises time-honoured methods of making leather. The machinery was sourced from ...
Brother Andrew joins us in Skye. He brings Beverley sunshine but not the temperature - it is still very cold here! Andrew meets Sam and Jane and we have a wonderful meal together. So much pleasure and enjoyment! Fishing is high on the agenda. This is serious business! The locals inform us that it is far, far too early - there is not even bait to be bought in Glendale, Dunvegan or Portree! We are ...
... it wasn't long before he crept sheepishly back out again - well the water was very cold!
Through Glen Coe and onto the long drive back south to Doncaster. We had just one more overnight stay near Alston in Cumbria so Rob could get his fix of preserved railway. He always has to find one, eh?
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A friend who visited this summer wrote a piece well worth a read on this wave of community ownership in the Hebrides;'My holiday: the heroes of the Highlands'
Note - all of the above is written in a personal capacity (my words - not those of Community Land Scotland)