Lucky me. I’m travelling north to Edinburgh by train this morning and the weather is playing nicely for a change. Gone are the pea souper fogs! This means I’ll get a wonderful view of Lindisfarne, or the Holy Isle as it’s more commonly known. The island was named Lindisfarne after a particularly violent Viking attack in 793 AD.
Visitors need to beware of the time and tide. They wait for no one, cutting off the island twice a day. It is worth the added logistics to visit the island and it’s mediaeval architecture as well as wildlife.
As a bonus, you can take home a bottle of something very special, Lindisfarne Mead!
Wishing you all a wonderful Saturday xx
Today’s prompt featured ad/add/AD, a great challenge by Linda G Hill.