Surrounded on all sides by water Tiree has a proud association with the sea. In 1894 Ada Goodrich Freer visited the Isle of Tiree. In the EP Dutton Publication ‘Outer Isles’ she wrote, There is a saying among the people that “if Tyree does not grow trees, it grows ministers and deep sea captains.” Today […]Read more "Skiff Attraction"
Apparently ‘dreich’ is one of the most popular words in Scots. It is not surprising that the word tops the popularity polls. However, the condition it refers to is far less popular. That is dull, damp weather. The word is most apt this evening. For those on holiday it must feel like a winter break. […]Read more "A Timely Antidote"