1 EAGLETON NOTES: Harris Roads

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Monday, 22 August 2011

Harris Roads

The road down the East side of the Isle of Harris is tortuous because the coastline is a mass of small inlets with lots of rocky outcrops and very little flat land.  The area is sparsely populated and the road is not only tortuous but also narrow with passing places and plenty of blind bends...and other hazards:

An impasse
An impressive piece of beef capable of making a mess of the car if he got upset

2 comments:

  1. Galloway and Belted Galloway.......friendly cattle.
    The Highland cross could be either way but seems content to sit on the f-wall.

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  2. A Belted Galloway - I wonder where they have all got to? Used to see them around a fair bit 30 years ago. I bet the big horned beast is the friendliest!

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