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by Mike McNamee Published 01/08/2016

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We also parked up next to Sam Jones' vehicle in Tobermory - she runs www.imagemull.co.uk. On our travels we stopped at Penyghael Post Office for a cup of tea with Joy Rains. Joy and her husband run www.wildaboutmull.co.uk although Joy mainly mans the Post Office with the best view in the country (and apparently does a daily photograph for her blog).


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Intrepid sea kayakers set off to paddle right around Iona.

Erraid

The tidal island of Erraid lies off the coast at Fidden, Fionnphort, on the Ross of Mull. It was made famous by Robert Louis Stevenson who based his novel, Kidnapped, on the island, having spent time there (along with relatives) while building lighthouses using granite quarried on Erraid. The main character, David Balfour, is shipwrecked on the Torran Rocks and cast upon the shores of Erraid. His subsequent walk back to Edinburgh is now immortalised in a long-distance path which follows his journey.


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