We join the chorus of praise for Orkney Uncovered. Kinlay guided us two sixty-year-olds on his tour of World War I and II sites on the Mainland. It was more than we hoped for. Kinlay's personal knowledge of the island, where he grew up, as well as historical knowledge based on years of research made the sites come alive. In addition, Kinlay provided archive photos of the sites to make everything even more vivid. As sample of the detail he provided, Kinlay showed us a spot on a Churchill barrier where a prisoner had carved a hidden swastika (photo of Kinlay at the spot is attached). As just a sample of Kinlay's personal attention to our needs, he took photos of us when the batteries on our camera failed and sent the photos to us later. Ever practical, Kinlay also brought us to a store to purchase more batteries. Don't miss the opportunity to join one of his tours.
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