Today I was taken round Harris by car, which took 147 miles, 9 hours and 344 photographs. Popped into Tarbert to check out a Harris Tweed shop and have lunch. We then drove to Scalpay, about 9 miles to the east, then retraced our steps (including round the Tarbert one-way system) to go down the Golden Road from Kendibig to Plocrapol, Grosebay, Stockinish, Geocrab, Quidinish to Rodel. Having had a look at St Clements church in Rodel, we went up the west side of Harris to Luskentyre, and finally returned to Stornoway at 7.30pm. A long day, but quite a good one. The weather was sunny, and it felt quite warm at Rodel, which has a secluded location.
Woolly road users
The Golden Road