The time – 12 noon. The date – 14/07/2019. The venue – The Big Top. The place – The Isle of Tiree. The event – Worship with Celtic Worship. The occasion – The 10th Tiree Music Festival. What a morning! The sea was flat calm There was hardly a breath of wind And for the […]Read more "‘How Great …!’"
It’s a special weekend on the island. This weekend is the 10th Tiree Music Festival. It’s well under way at the Festival Site at Crossapol. It’s a busy time. But the activity is not confined to the festival. Crofters, fishermen, and many others are hard at work. Social Media will be populated with photos from […]Read more "Tiree Maritime Fotos"
It’s ‘TMF’. The ferry is busy. And the weather looks promising! Earlier in the week the weather was dreich. Low cloud meant no planes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Add to that on Tuesday the ferry was delayed for technical reasons. It was after 10:00pm on a wet evening before it arrived at the pier in […]Read more "It’s TMF"
– TMF – – Tiree Music Festival – or – Tension Mounts Fast – This weekend witnesses the 10th Tiree Music Festival. The Big Top has arrived and is being erected. The weather forecast is looking promising. But today there have been no flights. The issue has been low cloud. In the afternoon the tension […]Read more "Tension Mounts Fast"
Photographs from the Fèis Thiriodh Tutors’ Concert 2019 We were born and brought up in Scotland. But we lived in the South of England for 40 years. We never imagined a return to Scotland – far less a move to an island. On our move someone remarked that we would know the culture. Island culture is […]Read more "Fèis Thiriodh 2019"
Two books – One author The Author being Donald E. Meek Two publishers – Uniquely a one launch event The publishers hosting the event – Acair and Clàr Publisher. The moving occasion was one of the evening events of the Fèis Thiriodh 2019 It was held in An Talla (the Community Hall), at Crossapol. On arrival guests […]Read more "MORE THAN SUNSETS"
As we were walking over the Machair we saw her in the distance. Progressing south in the ‘Passage of Tiree’ was a ship. She appeared to be making her way towards Gott Bay. As she drew closer it was easier to identify her. The vessel was the ‘Hebridean Princess’. The operators of the ‘Hebridean Princess’ […]Read more "Of Humble Origins"