Friday, 25 September 2009

Eynhallow in April

Circumnavigation of Eynhallow has to be carefully thought through. The uninhabited island stands in the middle of the tide, between the Mainland and Rousay, with a famous 'Roost' on one side and the ocean behind. It can get up to above 7 kts here, but our timing proved to be corrrectly calculated.

There are rumoured to be Fin Folk.

Did that have anything to do with the way we carefully organised our boats on the beach?
Are they easier to count like this?

During a visit to the 12th century kirk we discovered a whimsical stowaway.

We kept a careful eye on intrepid cave explorers.

And returned safley to Evie Sands where we executed the famous synchronised boat exit routine.

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