We made the last round around the St Kilda islands and stacks, where the men of St Kilda used to, came in the summertime to hunt birds. It is hard to imagine that they stayed in these rocky places in tiny bothies, sometimes for weeks or once even for months.
Every year thousands of Puffins, Gannets and other birds spend their summer in the St Kilda archipelago to breed.
Suddenly the clouds started to come in and the sea got a bit wilder.
Our boat ride back to Harris was a bit rougher and wilder than in the morning, but we arrived save and sound in Leverburgh. Accompanied by this guy for quite a while.