Temperatures soared over the UK. Some of the highest were recorded in Scotland. Here on the Isle of Tiree we managed a maximum of 23.6 °. With no wind and no clouds it felt even warmer. (The temperature is recorded in the shade.) What a day it turned out to be. Even the tar was […]Read more "As Temperatures Soared"
It was our guests last full day on Tiree. It was proving to be one of their calmest, warmest days. As the day progressed the early morning clouds dispersed. In their place was a clear blue sky heralding a great evening ahead. On Sundays it is a joy to meet with the church family to […]Read more "A Fitting Finale"
Sunday evening was crowned with a sunset. Monday dawned fair but by the afternoon the wind was beginning to rise By 6:00pm you knew it was going to be a wild night of wind and driving rain. It was indeed a wild 12 hours with the southerly wind gusting to over 50mph. Much of the […]Read more "White Horses And Golden Daffodils"
It’s one of these mornings when it is on the wild side. The sky is a dismal grey and it is wet and windy. Thankfully the morning plane landed. However, today’s ferry is cancelled. On such a morning it is easy to suffer memory loss. To forget the beautiful days of sunshine in the past […]Read more "A Note To Self"
Stepping out the house when the moon was still high on the western sky we made our way towards the Baptist Church at Baugh. On Easter Sunday morning the church on Tiree comes together for a Sunrise Service on the shore and this morning the weather was ideal, clear and bright. Unusually for Tiree, before […]Read more "See What A Morning"
On a Saturday afternoon before coming to live on the Isle of Tiree we might have headed to the shops in a nearby town or gone walking in one of the many National Trust Estates close by. There are no such distractions on the island. There are no National Trust properties. There are no grand […]Read more "East End Naturally"
‘Here comes the sun.’ There has been a pattern to the weather in recent weeks. Five or six grey windy days have been followed by a day of sunshine. Yesterday, Friday, sunrise was followed by a morning of bright blue sky. ‘Here comes the sunshine.’ But it wasn’t just the bright blue sky. It was […]Read more "Here Comes The Sun"