I Remember, I Remember the House where I was Born

Dun Skeig

Dun Skeig

So I get to Kintyre where the wedding is to be held. I get up early and go for a ramble around the haunts of my childhood.

Bonnie purple heather

Bonnie purple heather

I climb Dun Skeig.

There are two forts on top of Dun Skeig. This is the modern one.

There are two forts on top of Dun Skeig. This is the modern one.

This is the old one

This is the old one

The old fort is vitrified, which means that the stone has been fused together by application of immense heat. No one knows how it was done. http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4326

A big lump of vitrified wall. What the hammer, what the chain?

A big lump of vitrified wall. What the hammer, what the chain?

Inside the new fort

Inside the new fort

West Loch Tarbert

West Loch Tarbert

The Islay boat passes Gigha

The Islay boat passes Gigha

My faithful fair one

My faithful fair one

A Scottish butterfly

A Scottish butterfly

I walk along the shore road.

Mute Swan with 5 cygnets

Mute Swan with 5 cygnets

Fast food

Fast food

Sheep with blue ear rings rests under the burrows of very rare Sand Martins

Sheep with blue ear rings rests under the burrows of very rare Sand Martins

What did that?

What did that?

Sweet Clachan Burn

Sweet Clachan Burn

Ultra violent sheep

Ultra violent sheep

Very pleasant ramble.

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One Response to I Remember, I Remember the House where I was Born

  1. Mike Taylor says:

    What, no midges ?

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