With a family member coming to visit our island home we took the opportunity to meet him in Oban. The following is an account of our crossing and arrival told with the help of Adobe Spark Page. Click on the photograph below to read the story told with the help of photographs.Read more "Oban Bound"
I find sunrises and sunsets fascinating. While I am less tempted to rise around 4:00am to watch the sun rise over the Isle of Mull, I find it hard to resist the draw of even the hint of a colourful sunset. Such is the draw that even although confronted with the challenge, “Haven’t you enough […]Read more "Fascinating"
Driving towards the Baptist Church’s premises at Baugh, the skyline caught our attention. There was something haunting about the band of cloud wrapped around Ben Hynish and Ben Hough. and the NATS Radar Dome, known as the ‘Golf Ball’ stood out like a figure on top of a wedding cake. The week long ‘J Files’ […]Read more "Intriguing"
After a slight delay here is the post which was meant to be posted on our arrival on the Mainland. However, there was a problem with accessing the desired photographs. As they say, ‘better late than never’. The Tiree Music Festival (TMF) is over for another year. This year the festival celebrated its 10th birthday […]Read more "Busy! Busy!"
It was Robert Burns in his poem ‘To a mouse’ who penned the oft quoted words, ‘The best-laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men Gang aft agley.’ I had in mind to convey something of how busy the island has been in the last seven days. Sadly, in all the busyness of getting ready for a […]Read more "The Best Laid Plans"
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 …!’"