First stop was a stone Sheiling, there are numerous ones scattered around on the moors, a seasonal dwelling that were lived in during the summer months when livestock was put to pasture.
Our next stop was Bragar where there is a whalebone arch. It was erected by Murdo Morrisson a former postmaster. The whalebone arch was formed using the jaw bones of a whale who had beached itself and died in Bragar bay.
We then went on to have a quick visit to a black house at Arnol and then on to watch the waves breaking on the rocks nearby.
Sadly, the wonderful weather didn't last a storm headed in and ferries were once again cancelled today. That is the Western Isles for you changeable weather is part of its make-up.
I think one of the things that strike me the most about the Island is the majestic skies, the cloud formations are amazing. The ever changing views due to the weather are a delight.
See you soon.