Peat cutting on Strathy Point I, Sutherland, Scotland.
Strathy Point Lighthouse, Sutherland, Scotland.
Peat cutting on Strathy Point II, Sutherland, Scotland.
Uamh nan Con, Strathy Point, Sutherland, Scotland.
Peat cutting on Strathy Point III, Sutherland, Scotland.
Stealth mode activated,
“Cheltenham to Thurso, Now there’s a ticket you don’t see very often” says the inspector. The clue’s right there in black and orange.
Fascinating to see the resolutely coastal character of Norse in Scotland. (From Late Celtic Britain and Ireland by Lloyd Laing).
Distribution of blanket peat in Scotland.
Supplies for the long distance hiker.
Assembling ration bags.
Sending dehydrated food ahead like this means I can arrive to a B&B late and leave early in-between days of camping.
Now the upcoming terrain on the east coast is less rough and I’ll be carrying less weight overall I can swop out some gear for lighter options.
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