It has been a day of blue sky and scattered light clouds. The air has been clear and afforded good views of neighbouring islands. In Scarinish we cannot see the Small Isle of Eigg but we look out on so many others. From our south facing lounge window we could see the Paps of Jura. […]Read more "Blue Sky and Scattered Clouds"
After our walk along Gott Bay our time was limited. We had an evening commitment so we had to keep one eye on the time. Nevertheless there was still sufficed time to explore the secret passage at Vaul. Rather than walk along the beach we headed for Upper Vaul. The Machair was still colourful against […]Read more "The Secret Passage"
Black Friday when the sky frequently turned blank has given way to sunny Saturday and Sunday and what a delight both days have been. No wonder the sheep are sun bathing! Over the weekend the air has been remarkably still. There has hardly been a breath of wind. The temperature has been low. (5 °C dropping […]Read more "It’s November!"
With a holiday club taking place at Baugh it provided an opportunity to a Baugh a sunset. (As you probably know Baugh is pronounced Bag). Monday the 1st of August was a most memorable sky. (Galleries – mouseover for captions, double click for larger pictures) Neighbouring islands stood out in the setting sun. The Dutchman’s […]Read more "Baugh A Sunset"
The weather forecaster described the current weather in the West of Scotland as ‘Shades of Summer’ and this is certainly true on the Isle of Tiree. Blue has been the predominant colour of sky and sea. However, there have been so many different hues. Each hue a welcome shade of Summer. It is not just […]Read more "Shades of Summer"