We got up quite late and after breakfast headed north west to go up Beinn Hough, the second highest point on Tiree, at a mighty 119 metres above sea level. The weather was cool and bright and the views extensive to the southern parts of the Outer Hebrides as well as over the island and Mull. We went down to the beach at Tràigh Hough before heading south to Tràigh Thodhrasdail. There were surfers taking advantage of the swell and the sun went below the cloud, which really added to the scene. The blip is at the south end of the beach and the extra at the dun at the north of Tràigh Thodhrasdail.