Jenny Campbell has recently started as a ranger on Eday in the Orkney Islands. Check out her blog here: http://edayranger.blogspot.co.uk Her latest posting includes the Fish & Chip Night at the Eday Heritage Centre and felting!
Rear View of Braeside Chambered Cairn, Eday, Orkney, Scotland. Photo by J. Demetrescu 2010 | One of a number of chambered tombs along the Heritage Trail on the Isle of Eday, the Braeside Chambered Cairn is a stalled or Orkney-Cromarty type cairn, which, although open, has its inner layout intact.
The Setter Stone - Eday, Orkney, Scotland; Seven feet wide at the base and, at over 15 feet high, it is one of the tallest megaliths in Orkney. Centuries of weathering has given the sandstone monolith a distinctive profile. Tapering from the top, heavy erosion gives the monolith the appearance of a giant stone hand.