‘Have we got views for you.’ This was the headline on the front cover of a Scottish newspaper’s weekend magazine. Among the various photographs there was an extinct volcano, a magical island, a petro-chemical plant, a woodland folly, and a historic graveyard. Yet a careful study of the magazine did not include a single photograph […]Read more "Have We Got Views For You"
Last Saturday we had hoped to travel with our son to the neighbouring island of Coll and enjoy lunch at the newly extended Coll Hotel. Sea conditions, swell, were such that Tiree Sea Tours had to cancel the trip. Sunday turned out to be a beautiful sunny day, not as warm as London, but pleasantly […]Read more "Great Expectations"
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"
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’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"