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This group of multicultural walkers stopped for a photograph, taken with a self timer, when they got to the Sailor’s Grave at the Inneans.
They were on a Sunday afternoon/ early evening circular walk from Ballygroggan to the Inneans, via the Kintyre Way earlier this month, returning via Beinn ne Faire and Craigaig.
This was the first time the walkers, whose nationalities are Scottish, English, Danish and Italian, ventured out as a group.
They were joined by Breagh, a very local Scottish Chocolate Labrador, almost five years old. She was born in Drumlemble, the first born of the famous litter of 15 puppies, and has walked most areas of Kintyre and the mull.
At the Sailor’s Grave, from left: Jill Denton, Andrea Belocchi (below), George Mcsporran, Valentina Cataldi (below), Anette Andersen, with Breagh the Chocolate Labrador in front. NO_c18potw01