Looking back on Tuesday, it was a day to look skyward. It is October, however on Tiree there are not the usual tell tale signs that it is autumn. One thing that ‘Mrs Life on Tiree’ misses on the island is the colour of the autumn leaves and being able to kick those that lie […]Read more "Look To The Sky"
It has been a week of windy, wet weather on Tiree. Squally showers have been a frequent occurrence. Thankfully the ferry has managed to berth every day at Tiree, although on two days, Tuesday and Friday, the ferry was unable to berth at the neighbouring island of Coll due to the sea conditions – the […]Read more "Go West"
It’s Sunday evening. It’s been a beautiful sunny day. And as the sun sets it is so tranquil. The air is so still. The sea is so calm. It all feels so peaceful. The pier at Milton is undergoing major works. Last year the Old Harbour Pier in Scarinish was refurbished. For the time being […]Read more "Tranquil"
There is a weather related saying that states: ‘If March comes in like a lion it will go out like a lamb. Correspondingly if it comes in like a lamb it will go out like lion.’ Double click for larger pictures in galleries. Mouse-over for any captions This year, 2019, has come in roaring like […]Read more "The Lion Unleashed"
On the Mainland the talk is of weather related travel disruption. For the past three weekends Tiree has experienced such disruption. On the first two Saturdays the ferry from Oban to Coll and Tiree was cancelled. This past Saturday the ferry made the crossing but Sunday’s sailing was cancelled. Sunday turned out to be a […]Read more "Wild Weather Warning"
The forecast was for snow showers. Well! Did the weather forecasters get it right? The first duty this morning was to look out the window. The sky was dark but there was no sign of snow on the ground. It was as we were enjoying our breakfast that we heard it. It was the sound […]Read more "A Dusting"
“Look at this!” “Is it ancient or newly carved?” “There’s a small spelling mistake.” The letters were carved into the rocks. The inscription was ‘Tir Mo Chridee’. The correct spelling is ‘Tìr Mo Chridhe’. Translated into English it means ‘Land of my Heart’. We were on the ‘Maze enjoying a walk with friends. The inscription […]Read more "Look At This!"