Nothing to speak of except an abandoned (and outright grotty) water testing hut on the route. I think I may have spotted something over the other side, but that was my journey's turning point
>at the bottom of a dark
M: Why are we standing up to our waists in freezing water?
G: Don't you like fishing, Moriarty?
M: Fishing? We have no rods or lines or bait!
G: Well, they've got to die sometime.
If we're trying to figure contraptions out, I've got one no one has ever been able to explain. It's about a 1/4 mile from roadway construction, 3/4 mile from an airport. It's down a country road with a few small houses. Spins constantly. I cannot figure out what its purpose would be.
Further away. Anyone ever seen something like this?
Actually, this pic suggests the water level was lower at one point
You can't talk
America has some weird words of its own, and no culture to back it up with.
They're just a spokesman. The greatest power they have is to veto a bill passed by the senate and house, but if the senate and house pass it again twice more it goes without his signature. They can also order a military assault for up to 90 days iirc, but they never do. It's always at the behest of the JCOS or the DOD, it's just that ignorant proles always assume the president did it because the president is the one they see on television.
Now I'm not sure what assholes like You define as culture but to me culture includes such things as art, literature and philosophy. Considering the US has had major contributions to all three, I'm gonna go ahead and call you a faggot.
Small white rectangle on (I think) north shore, near the "tree stripe". You can also see the low walls behind it. If you want to get to it, follow the West Kintyre way from Clachan
Could be for smuggling, remote location, hidden near the water in a cave. Sounds like something someone might use to get contraband in and out.
Also since its all so old, the water level might be a little different now than when it was built
Yeah, it would be a larger one... maybe for fishing, but if it is being pulled in and out enough to necessitate a winch, perhaps it was being used as a ferry for someone on the island? Someone not as strong as a fisherman... they tended to launch smaller boats by hand, lest they be called a sissy.
The other thing of note is that there was no other opening in the "shed" other than the water access, and the stairs lead under the water. I got in via the roof (the black square on the satellite view)
Not strange at all, the entire fucking royal navy has harboured in Scapa Flow, Scotland for centuries you fucking halfwit. Try actually learning something before shitting your retard opinions out into the world.