It was the day when temperatures in London soared to 29° It was the hottest April day in the UK since 1949. Some in that great city found it uncomfortable. Here on the Isle of Tiree we had bright blue sky. The temperature even reached a giddy 13.4°. We had all the gain without the […]Read more "The Golden Touch"
I am only 11 miles long. At my widest I am about 5 miles wide. At my narrowest I am less than 1 mile wide. I am told that I am shaped like a lamb chop. (I am not sure if I find that last phrase flattering.) But, let me tell you straight, ‘I spoil […]Read more "Spoilt For Choice"
Tomorrow holds in store an appointment with the ‘Lord of the Isles’. On Monday morning we board the ferry bound for Oban. From there we travel to Glasgow and on to London. And what a memory to carry away with us. Sunday was indeed sun-day. Daylight hours were mostly a radiant blue. What is more […]Read more "Memorable"
Here on the Isle of Tiree it has been a beautiful sunny day. After yesterday’s drama it has been much calmer. The sky has been blue and almost cloudless. However there has been a nip to the air. Yesterday’s drama centred around the MV Hebridean Isles. She suffered damage attempting to berth at Tiree’s pier. […]Read more "A Sunny Sunday"
On the first day of the week the sun rose and set. You might be thinking that there’s nothing unusual in that. But on this occasion both sunrise and sunset were clearly visible. Here on our island we have enjoyed three consecutive calm sunny days. However it was only on Sunday that both sunrise and […]Read more "Day One"
A Stroll around Scarinish afforded a Seasonal Sunset. Sunset – as our stroll was in the late afternoon. Seasonal – as the Sunset reflected the weather. We have had sunshine and showers. Yes! And Stormy Skies! As the sun was setting we walked up Pier Road. Passed the Post Office and down to the Old […]Read more "Seasonal Sunset"
It’s Goodnight from Life on Tiree. It is a good night – a very pleasant evening. This morning’s rain passed over and the sun came out. This afternoon’s breeze dropped and the wind sock hangs limp. A casual glance out of our south facing window reveals two hares. They are sitting erect on the horizon, […]Read more "It’s Goodnight"