At the beginning of October a smaller group of eleven members revisited Tiree to carry on recording more of the exciting archaeology we had to reluctantly leave in April.
The teams working on the slopes of Hynish recorded another ‘crop’ of potential prehistoric features as well as multiperiod field systems and associated structures. East Hynish remains to be recorded when we return next April.
Thankfully the weather stayed dry and sunny although high winds kept us constant company. Our accomodation in the cottages at the Hynish Centre was very comfortable and we enjoyed the cross-cultural exchanges after dinner with the group of windsurfers who were staying at the Centre.