We gulls can be quite observant. We recognise a ready supply of food even if its inland. We will often migrate there if that’s where the food is to be found. And we are not adverse to snatching a sandwich from the hand of the unwary. Yesterday we guessed that Tiree must be one of […]Read more "It’s a gull’s life!"
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"
With the MV Clansman’s delayed return to service CalMac have issued a revised timetable for the Oban, Coll and Tiree route. The amended timetable commences on Monday 9th April. It will be in operation until further notice. Monday Depart Oban 0715 Arrive Coll 1020 Depart Coll 1030 Arrive Tiree 1130 Depart Tiree1150 Arrive Coll 1250 […]Read more "Until Further Notice"
Tomorrow holds in store an appointment with the ‘Lord of the Isles’. On Monday morning we board the ferry bound for Oban. From there we travel to Glasgow and on to London. And what a memory to carry away with us. Sunday was indeed sun-day. Daylight hours were mostly a radiant blue. What is more […]Read more "Memorable"
Blue Sky and not a snow flake in sight. The only snow to be seen is miles away across the water. There is still snow on Ben More on Mull, Skye and Mainland Peaks. For the past four days we have enjoyed sunshine. It would not be truthful to say bright, warm, sunshine. There is […]Read more "Not a Snowflake in Sight"
It’s not a spelling mistake. This was the first Tiree Livestock Sale of 2018. It meant a busy day at the pier with two sailings of the ferry. For many people Saturday is a day for a long lie. Not for those travelling to Tiree on ‘Sale Day’. They had to be at the port […]Read more "Sale Day"
On the first day of the week the sun rose and set. You might be thinking that there’s nothing unusual in that. But on this occasion both sunrise and sunset were clearly visible. Here on our island we have enjoyed three consecutive calm sunny days. However it was only on Sunday that both sunrise and […]Read more "Day One"