When we were on the Isle of Tiree, off the west coast of Scotland in May 2016, I wanted to try and visit as many of the religious sites that I could….. but not this one, Kilkenneth a medieval chapel, that could have be built on an even older site. As most of the sites only have small amounts of stonework left, sometimes its quite hard to track them down. No trouble with this site, nice big notice board, a stile for you climb over…….into what I would call an enclosure of about twenty cows, all very close together. I do not do cows and before anyone says anything, its just that I was frightened as a small child in a farmyard by some cows and the fear has never really left me. Anyway I digress, so there was no going over the stile and I didn’t even take a photos of the cows and whats more you couldn’t see the ruins, not a good start. We drove along and turned following the field where the ruin would have been, when suddenly I saw the ruins half buried in the sand dunes. Not a lot to see or even photograph, but still an important site on this small Island and worth making a record of, before it is totally consumed by the dunes.