|Sorlandet - from Norway|
Lowri watches the tall ship crew come ashore in his Fair Isle Kep
hand knit by his great grand mother Annie Thomson.
Make me an offer I can't refuse...
Fair Isle Knitter Margo Saying good by to all her hard Work before the bartering starts.
|You chose wisely.|
Without knowing he chose a Fair Isle Fisherman's Kep hand knit by Lise Sinclair herself. Legend!
|I heard him say... "It's a Fair Trade on Fair Isle"|
BBC Coast was there and everyone has a camera or phone clicking away! including me!
|Some of the Lucky Crew in their new Fair Isle Keps.|
View From My House!
Auld Haa, Fair Isle, South Harbour & Sorlandet Norwegian Tall Ship
|The much needed Party Tent at the Haven|
The weather was rubbish for July! but it could of been Worse... this is Fair Isle after all.
|4 Flags |
Small Ships & Yachts from all over Europe in the North Haven.
|The Sheltering Sea Shanty Singers!|
|Norwegian Ship - Framstig|
Turn about is "Fair" play.Ian Best in the Dingy
Everyone takes a look at passing Tall Ships even the curious Puffins
Band was Rockin' - People Jumpin' - Tent Swayin' - Wind Howlin' - Ships Bobbin' - Plenty of Drinkin'
& the Sea was just Swell!
Rock God... Neil Thomson Tips his Hat.
Good Night! and it was.
Cheers! Bon Voyage!in those rough seas... Rock On!
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