It was only the second of February Yet if felt better than many a day in July. There was hardly a breath of wind and it was sunny. The weather forecast for over six hours of sunshine was accurate. First light with its red glow promised clear sight of the sunrise. The glow and the […]Read more "Only the 2nd of February"
From first light to star light it was one beautiful day. The day was the last day of January 2019. It was dry, crisp and sunny. Although not the most dramatic sunrise it was still a delight. As the day progressed the sense of delight increased. It was a bright uplifting winter’s day. It is […]Read more "A Winter’s Day"
It is winter time here on the Isle of Tiree. The sun is much lower in the sky and thus less intense. It also means that the hours of daylight are considerably less. Whatever the season, spring or autumn, summer or winter I appreciate our big sky. It’s Monday morning and it appears the sky […]Read more "I Love Tiree’s Big Sky"
The Isle of Tiree has a very special Christmas Tree. It was designed by a resident to stand in the wind. And it has been proved to do just that. It is to be found in Crossapol. So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town […]Read more "Happy Christmas"
It is chilly! But not as chilly as on the Mainland. Friends have been comparing and contrasting the temperature. Dundee, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Halifax, Aylesbury all vying to be the coldest. Thus far it has far been a week of sunshine and showers. This has resulted in many beautiful rainbows. However there is a change in […]Read more "Chilly"
A beautiful November day followed a few early morning showers. Both forenoon and afternoon had uplifting blue skies and sea. This was something we really appreciated around noon. It was a joy to travel the length of the island. At sundown we had occasion to go to Baugh. You will find Tyree Pottery in this […]Read more "A Beautiful November Day"
November on Tiree began with a windy weekend. On Friday evening the wind began to ramp up. At midnight the gusts reached 59mph. The gusts began to steadily drop. By the morning they were in the 40s And so it continued for most of the day. Earlier in the week the Livestock Sale on Tiree […]Read more "A Windy Weekend"