Thursday, 5 October 2017
Dig Down; Count Up
The autumnal gold colours bring out the best in what could be termed a featureless moorland of the Isle of Lewis. However, it's a sight unchanged from Neolithic times. Where early residents created structures, recent generations have engaged in archaeology to uncover them. A recent survey suggests that these endeavours - of both groups - now yield sound returns for the local economy. Delve into the BBC item.
Scottish Islands Explorer - much waiting to be covered by the magazine
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