Over the next few posts we'll make a wet walk across Lismore. It was raining buckets in Oban the first time I walked onto the ferry that travels between Oban and Lismore. On that occasion (way back in 1998) it was the MV Bruernish, one of the oldest Small Island Class ferries running at the time. These days I think she's operating the Clare Island run in Ireland.
Once we get to Lismore we'll set out on foot to see the Bishop's Palace. After that we'll try to get over to the tidal islet known as Berneray of the Noble Yew.
|Bruernish arriving at Oban|