Scotland, autumn 2016, at the tip of Lewis

We took the campervan to the end of the main road at Port of Ness. There was a convenient small parking area next to an old slipway and we had a quick look at the harbour before going to the adjacent beach. The wind was whipping up the waves and it was certainly a bracing walk along the sand. Lewis has a rather nice collection of well designed war memorials which we stopped to look at.









After some lunch we drove to the very tip of Lewis at Butt of Lewis and walked a little way around the coast, not too far as we had the aged dog Hettie with us.


















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