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!"
The difference could hardly have been more marked. On one evening yet another colourful sunset. The following evening an overcast sky. Contrasting yet both atmospheric. The week has been mainly characterised by bright blue skies. Some days the breeze has even had a hint of warmth. And the sunsets have been a great delight. Friday […]Read more "Atmospheric!"
You go away for a day or two and you never know what might happen. Well strictly speaking it was just over a week in Mid-March. And what did we find upon our return to the island?. Repair work had begun on Scarinish Harbour. In just over a month the work is complete. The pier […]Read more "“Job Done!”"
Today the weekly Summer Sailing from Tiree to Barra and back commenced. This was one weekly later than originally advertised. And this was due to vessel redeployment issues. The MV Clansman is still in dry dock! Until further notice this service is being operated by the MV Lord of the Isles. In the past she […]Read more "Barra and Back"
At just after 2:30pm Skipper Frazer MacInnes, his crew and passengers headed out to sea bound for the Skerryvore Lighthouse on board his impressive rib ‘the Aurora”. This was the inaugural sailing of this new venture, ‘Tiree Sea Tours’. Throughout the summer, weather permitting, on offer are a variety of tours. They include – Skerryvore […]Read more "Inaugural Sailing"
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"