Was out kayaking in the Firth of Forth this week, arounf Craigleith and Fidra. Puffins and Eider ducks for company.
The Bass Rock is a massive crag rising out of the sea to a height of 350 feet and it is about a mile in circumference. Through the Rock, from the East to West, runs a natural tunnel, but this is not accessible except at low tide. Halfway up the Rock stands the ruins of a Pre-Reformation Chapel which was dedicated to Saint Baldfred.
Bass Rock is also famous for it's seabirds. Details can be found at the Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick.
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