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  1. So enjoyed going on that walk with you. You live in a place of beauty. And, as we would say in Maine, Queenie is some sheep.

  2. That’s very cool technology! I’ve seen this sort of map when looking for walks when we travel but I’ve never had a guided tour like the one you gave–makes it better!

  3. Thank you for sharing your photos and daily life in you exceptional landscape. I love a good looking for a missing sheep. We already miss being in Scotland. To visit the Hebrides was something new and a highlight for us. I couldn’t*t believe my eyes when we left Tarbert to go to Scalpay, how barren and almost arctic it is. On Harris we met a couple with multiple preordered tickets for the all the isles, that something we*d like to do one day.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Warm greetings from Norway,
    The Fab Four of Cley. x

    • J > Not very far, not particularly hilly, but rough terrain, and no paths. It’s like being the first person to explore. After the sheep, that is! Glad you enjoyed this, Katherine!

  4. OH! Thank you so much for my little walkabout in that wild and wonderful land you live upon. (Your wool looks wonderful, by the way) ah…that sun…that water..bliss!

    • J > Hah hah! You haven’t put even a toe in the water! Looks Mediterranean, feels Arctic! But the sunshine: very very clean air, no aerosols, so light very intense and burning. Factor 60 not enough – Factor Hebrides required!

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