Its 31st December 2019 and the final post for the year to say, Bliadhna Mhath Ùr – Happy New Year. It was beautiful sunrise on the last day of the year. The orange glow filled our south facing room as we sat down to a slightly later breakfast. Throughout the day the sky was blue, even […]Read more "Bliadhna Mhath Ùr"
It almost seems strange to say that we left behind the relative warmth of Tiree for the freezing temperatures of the Mainland. Yet, strange as it might seem that is what we did on Saturday. The Isle of Tiree has a mild climate with some of the highest levels of sunshine recorded anywhere in the […]Read more "Plus To Minus"
It’s the last week in November and Tiree has experienced crisp sunny days. Daylight hours are in short supply as we move towards the winter solstice on the 22nd of December, but the few hours of daylight have been been a delight. While much of the UK has suffered from either frost, mist or flooding, […]Read more "Breakfast Marmalade"
The air was still. The sea was was calm. It was a beautiful morning, even if there was a nip in the air. There was an added attraction to being out of doors – an orange glow was lighting up the sky and colouring everything it touched. Our home lies tucked in beneath the slight […]Read more "A Glowing Report"
Pulling back the curtains the sky heralded the approaching sunrise. There was blue sky but the clouds were taking on the colour of sunrise. A quick look at the time of sunrise for Tiree suggested that there was just about sufficient time to head for the memorial in Pier Road, Scarinish. The memorial stood as […]Read more "7:34am"
‘Life on Tiree’ has been silent for just over a week. You might have been wondering what has happened. The answer is there have been no posts because we have been off island. For part of the time we had been visiting family. Our journey home began in Chester from where we travelled by train to […]Read more "Home Again"
Even in the days of 24/7 working the expression the working week still exists. For example, ‘The item you ordered will delivered in 3 working days.’ Working days are generally defined as Monday to Fridays. These five days are regarded as the ‘working week’. Saturday and Sunday are the weekend. Sometimes Sunday is mistakenly referred […]Read more "Start The Week"