Meet ‘Carly’ and ‘Jenna’. Our paths first crossed on Tuesday (03:03;2020) when we made the crossing from Tiree to Oban. As a consequence of the closure of Tiree’s linkspan the MV Clansman was operating a foot passenger only service to and from Tiree. This naturally has had an impact on haulage firms as only essential […]Read more "Introducing"
There is a saying, ‘Out with the old and in with the new’ and that’s how it was yesterday on Tiree. Although we would have appreciated witnessing the afternoon and evening’s action firsthand, we had to look on from afar. Photographs were posted on social media, but what we valued most was the kindness and […]Read more "In With The New"
From first light this morning it was all go at the pier in Gott Bay, Isle of Tiree. Opening our front door around 7:00am the sound of the crane barge could be heard. Were they about to replace the linkspan? It was time to investigate. Double click in galleries for larger photographs At this point […]Read more "It’s All Go!"
Tiree is still open for business. The linkspan may be closed for replacement, but in every other way Tiree is open for business. The twice daily plane service from/to Glasgow is still operating, the internet is still working, the ferry is still sailing (albeit for foot passengers only), the crofters are still hard at work […]Read more "Open For Business"
With a sense of relief, at long last we appear to have a respite from the relentless gales that have battered the West Coast of Scotland including the Isle of Tiree. Yesterday, Sunday, lived up to its name – a sunny day. In fact by the evening it felt rather odd as there was no […]Read more "Relief"