It was the evening before the Tiree Maritime Trust’s Regatta. Just as significant it was the conclusion of ‘Kitchen Tales’. This event was held in the Baptist Church premises. In the morning the team would be flying home. They had been leading the holiday club. The evenings were for the older children. The team might […]Read more "Inspirational and Unique"
It was a perfect day for a sea tour. In Gott Bay the water was like a mirror. The sea was so calm it was almost unbelievable. Today’s Tiree Sea Tour was to Lunga. It is one of a group islands known as the Treshnish Isles. On a clear day they are visible to the […]Read more "A Tiree Sea Tour"
With our holiday over there was our return to Tiree. After a long absence there was the return of the MV Clansman to Tiree. And after the chaos of the past months a return to the Ferry’s Summer Timetable. Our return to the Isle of Tiree was like a game of hopscotch. From Dubrovnik to […]Read more "Three Returns Please"
The course was laid out. The race marshals were organised. Those carrying out the registration were on the ready. The goody bags and t-shirts were prepared for the entrants. There was even a queue for those requiring tickets for the ceilidh. The planes carrying runners had landed. Most important, the ferry had arrived on time. […]Read more "‘Good For Go’"
On your marks! Get ready! Wait for it! Go is at 2:00pm, Saturday 5th May, 2018. The race event is the Tiree 10K and Half-Marathon. It appeared as if external circumstances were conspiring against it. First of all the MV Clansman required extensive unplanned for repairs. And for several months now the ferry service has […]Read more "Ready! Steady!"
This morning’s walk had something of a Maritime Theme. Whenever possible I like to call into the Noust (Tiree’s Boat-shed). The aim being to keep a photographic record of the building of the St Ayles Skiff. It is hard to believe that this is week 9 since the start of the project. Most days several […]Read more "A Martime Themed Walk"
Our near neighbour, Maya Sutherland has been accepted by Project Trust which is based on the neighbouring island of Coll for a Malaysia Gap year. Maya graduates from Oban High School in a few weeks time. At present she is fundraising for her Gap Year in Malaysia. Later she will attend a short training course […]Read more "Maya’s Malaysian Adventure"