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Tap tap…tap tap

I’ve had a hot date tonight not with my wife though. My keyboard and I have edited and finished off the chapter for the Cape Wrath trip.


It’s the last one to do. Rum 
However they say good things come to those who wait… 


A strange van delivered it. The neighbours stared and wondered. My wife thought what has he bought off eBay now.  The reality was it was Mark’s kayak arriving for it’s summer holidays in Northern & Eastern Scotland.

Macleod’s Seals

Loch Dunvegan is home to not only the Clan Macleod’s castle but to important colonies of common seals. 35% of Skye’s total population or 2% of the UK’s population to be more precise. The waters of Loch Dunvegan have hence been designated as a special area of conservation because of the seal population.
The Scottish Canoe Association published […]


I'm currently writing a sea kayaking guidebook for the Northwest Highlands; Cape Wrath to Ardnamurchan Point including Skye & the Small Isles. This blog will keep you updated as to my progress and hopefully the blog and in turn the book will inspire you experience the Northwest Highlands by sea kayak yourself.

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