Many thanks to Jon and Jan for this picture of the scaffold around Mingary Castle, taken from the ferry last week. Jon commented, "I thought it looked particularly well built and symmetrical, being a Gemini." There's no doubt that it was well built, as it's survived one of the roughest winters in years with only the loss of a few scaffolding boards.
Jon also sent this picture, of the arch at Kilmory Bay. As he pointed out, it was probably formed by wave erosion yet it's well above the level of the present beach, another piece of evidence of the way the land locally is still rising after the last ice age.
They're looking forward to returning this coming month, and hoping that the weather will be a little better. I don't think they're alone in that hope.