Monday, June 06, 2005
Bosta, on Bernera
On the Sunday, the weather cleared and we drove out to Bernera, a small island connected to Lewis by a bridge across the Atlantic. At the tip of the island is Bosta beach. In the early 1990s after a storm, a series of iron age houses were revealed, having been buriend in the sand.
We collected shells and my husband watched for birds as Golden Eagles nest there. We did not see them on that occassion but did see them the next day from the house which did have a view over Bosta.