|Other titles||Ramblings in an elfin isle.|
|Statement||by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor ; foreword by James Ramsay MacDonald.|
|LC Classifications||DA880.S6 M27 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||352 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||352|
Over the sea to Skye, or, Ramblings in an elfin isle by Alasdair Alpin Douglas MacGregor, unknown edition,Pages: The "Victor" in the book is the poet Frederick Victor Branford. Publications. Behold the Hebrides! (First published , Revised Edition ) Over the Sea to Skye: Or, Ramblings in an Elfin Isle () A Last Voyage To St. Kilda () Searching the Hebrides With a Camera () The Haunted Isles: Or, Life in the Hebrides (). Good, sunning to spine, bumping to corners, with some chipping to the head of the spine. Foxing, gift inscription with a date of Illustrated with forty black and white photographs. pages with index, plus several pages of ads. or Ramblings In An Elfin Isle . This is a book called Over The Sea To Skye Or Ramblings In An Elfin Isle By Alasdair Alpin Macgregor. The book is in good condition for it's age has some markings on the outer pages. And the book comes with the dust jacket which has some wear to it but overall in good condition.
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Anderson, Iain F., The Sunset Shore, Herbert Jenkins: London Anonymous, Exploring Historic Kintyre and the Isle of Gigha, Harlequin Press: Oban n.d. Anonymous, Guide to Rothesay and the Isle . The Isle of Rum is a small island just south of the Isle of Skye – the Cuillins are visible on the horizon. This is a hiker’s or mountain biker’s paradise, but also the castle in Kinloch can be visited. over the sea to Skye. Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar, Thunderclaps rend the air, Baffled our foes stand by the shore, Follow they will not dare. (chorus) Though the waves leap, soft shall ye sleep, Ocean’s a royal bed. Rock’d in the deep, Flora will keep watch o’er your weary head. (chorus) Burned are our homes, exile and death. The Isle of Skye Easily accessible via road due to the famous Skye bridge connecting Kyleakin to the south of the island with Kyle of Lochalsh on the main land. Many visitors to the island prefer to take one of the various small and large ferries ‘over the sea to Skye’.