Saturday we did have a trip out to do a top of shop, fruit and vegetables a priority. We always have a stroll prior to going to the supermarket and notice something different each time we walk. Saturday was no exception we stumbled across some more carvings. This time seals across the road from the bus station. We did check out the bus's as I am only a couple of months away from being eligible for a bus pass.
Outside An Lanntair there is a great replica of a Lewis Chessman also known as a Uig Chessman as that is where they were believed to have been found in the 12th century.
The shopping done, we didn't call in for a fish supper we had a slow drive back and stopped off a couple of times to admire the views. Upper Barvas is a great place to stop and admire the beach, the perfect location to drive down enabling Gerard to stay in the car.
We weren't there long but it was amazing how quickly the view changed due to the dramatic changes of the skies. The clouds darkening over us and the breeze building and beginning to blow forcing the sea to crash along the rocks forming a foam along the edges.
Our final stop before warming soup and bread fresh from the oven was at Dell Mill. Such a beautiful old building sadly falling into decay. Its once majestic wheel now rusty. I bet that old stone building would have a few stories to tell if only walls could talk.
See you soon.