Having friends visit is a real joy and pleasure. It is a delight to show them around our island home. Scarinish is our postal address but the island is our home. It is a great excuse to travel the length and breadth of the island. It provides an opportunity to explore areas visited less often. […]Read more "“Exquisite Pleasure”"
The very first Tiree 10k and half marathon was held in 2006. (Someone was seen sporting an original 2006 T-shirt.) The event is now a firm fixture in the island’s calendar. And it draws people from all over the UK and beyond. Organised by Will Wright of Tiree Fitness and his wife Becky of Chocolates […]Read more "Ready! Steady! Go!"
‘Flying Farmers’ visit Tiree. What an amazing sight – 11 aircraft on the apron. And thanks to a tip-off I was there to witness the sight. The Flying Farmers’ Association Ltd. was formed in the United Kingdom in 1974. The Association is open to any farmer, forester or landowner who owns an aircraft or operates […]Read more "Tiree’s Busy Airport"
DANI GARAVELLI wrote in ‘The Scotsman’ ‘If your home is in the Hebrides, CalMac is woven into the fabric of your life and every disruption to its service has a consequence.’ The writer states, ‘When you rely on a service for your quality of life, your feelings are more complex than those of the occasional […]Read more "On A Wild April Day"
Last year, 2018, was marked by 3 very special events The construction and launch of the Tiree Skiff. The unveiling and raising of the Tiree Flag. The inauguration of Tiree Sea Tours. The Noust was the construction site for the Tiree Skiff. For some of the labour force it was a like a second home. […]Read more "Flying The Flag"
On Friday evening the winds started to rise. As a consequence Saturday’ ferry sailing was cancelled. Then mid Saturday afternoon things calmed down – temporarily! At that point in time it felt like we were experiencing the eye of the storm. Late Saturday afternoon the wind started to rise once again. It would appear the […]Read more "Pier Pressure"
The visit to the Mainland was at short notice. There had been no strategic planning. On Monday it had been out by Ferry. On Thursday it was inbound by plane. The decision to return by plane was down to the weather forecast. The forecast was for the wind to rise significantly on Thursday. In such […]Read more "Inbound To Tiree"