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Cemlyn to The Skerries – 25/3/18 According to the oracle that is Wikipedia, a ‘skerry’ is ‘a small rocky island, usually too small for human habitation. It may simply be a rocky reef. A skerry can also be called a low sea stack. It also may have vegetative life such as moss and small, hardy grasses. They also, in some areas of the world, are rested upon by animals such as seals or birds, though usually not inhabited. The term skerry is derived from the Old Norse sker, which means a rock in the sea. The Old Norse term sker was brought into the English language via the Scots language word spelled skerrie or skerry.’ To me, The Skerries was the name of the pub next door to where I used to work

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