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Rowing Boat at Kallin, Isle of Grimsay

by Lee Allen

August
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Photograph of Rowing Boat at Kallin, Isle of Grimsay, Outer Hebrides.

Grimsay is the largest of the low-lying stepping-stones which convey the Oitir Mhòr (North Ford) causeway, a five mile arc of single track road linking North Uist and Benbecula via the western tip of Grimsay. It is an extremely beautiful island and well worth a detour from the main road through the Outer Hebrides.

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