At sunset Balevullin is a magnet for photographers. It is not often we have the opportunity to be there at sundown. We made this our destination of choice for our visitors fresh off the ferry. In the right conditions Balevullin affords views of the Outer Hebrides. With clear skies there was a clear view to […]Read more "Township of the Mill"
Today has been a day to be out and about. While there may not have been bright blue skies, the weather has surpassed the forecast. With a chauffeur to hand the opportunity was taken to visit Milton and observe the MV Clansman sailing towards the island of Coll on its way to Oban. (Mouse-ver for […]Read more "Oot An Aboot"
The Weather Yo-Yo that is spring has brought bright sunshine to the island today, even if the south easterly breeze still has a chill in it. With crocuses beginning to open their heads to the sun, it really does begin to feel as if spring has sprung. Of course this begs the question, “Which ‘spring? […]Read more "The Spring Weather Yo-Yo"
This afternoon Tiree sat in the midst of a wonderful panorama of the Hebridean Isles. Whatever direction you looked you could make out distant isles and even skerries. I could make out to the East – Mull and the Treshnish Isles, to the South – Jura, to the West – the Skerryvore Lighthouse, to the North […]Read more "Balevullin Beach"