Today I was visiting Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly tip of mainland Britain. I arrived at the ferry crossing at 9.45am to give me enough time to walk up to the lighthouse and back (or so I thought) but had to wait for the next crossing that day which was at 12.30. It took us across to the other side of the Kyle of Durness. I ended up on the organised group tour mini bus driven by a chap called Alan due to the fact that my timing was out. On the way up, Alan insisted on giving other walkers a ride to avoid the same problem. Most of Cape Wrath is owned by the MOD, and there are plans for them to acquire all of it. John and Kay Ure live in the lighthouse. They took on the lease in 2009 and converted it into a home. They opened the ‘Ozone Café’ which is probably the remotest one in Britain. I interviewed them and they kindly gave me lunch, on the light house so to speak! I then set off back down towards the ferry, and was scooped up by Alan in his minibus insisting that I wouldn’t make it back in time. On the way down the track we picked up other walkers as well who would be in the same predicament. Once safely deposited back at the ferry landing at Keoldale I ambled back into Durness.