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During World War One, two American ships carrying large numbers of fighting personal
sunk off the coast of Islay with the loss of a many hundreds of American men. For
more detail regarding this, and how the people of Islay reacted, click here.
The Ferry bringing us from Kennacraig on Kintyre arriving at Port Askaig on Islay.
The small Jura ferry is in the forground.
The Ferry “Hebridean Isles” leaving Port Askaig on its return journey to Kennagraig.
The Isle of Jura is in the background.
Picnicking at Claggain Bay.
White sands at Port Ellen where the annual five a side rugby tournament “Eat Sand”
Bowmore with round church.
The villages of Port Charlotte and Bruichladdich seen across Loch Indaal
View across Loch Gruinart at Ardnave Point
Robolls Croft, our home at Ballygrant on Islay for four weeks With the Papps on
Jura in the background
The village of Craighouse on the Island of Jura with the Papps in the background.
Jura has 160 humans and 6000 deer.