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|Newsletter from Remy & Gea
Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing,
(Skye Boat Song)
The name Skye is derived from the Gaelic word for wing, for the shape of the island. The celts called Skye Eilean A'Ceo ('Misty island'), but had only sunny weather on Skye. I said that the Outer Hebrides were so wonderful, but that was before we had seen such wonder like Skye. Skye is similarly rough, but with more green and mountain like landscape. This and the strong head wind, made cycling quite hard. Still we made an extra detour to enjoy Skye as much as possible.
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Remy Bosch and Gea van Veen
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