It is chilly! But not as chilly as on the Mainland. Friends have been comparing and contrasting the temperature. Dundee, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Halifax, Aylesbury all vying to be the coldest. Thus far it has far been a week of sunshine and showers. This has resulted in many beautiful rainbows. However there is a change in […]Read more "Chilly"
Yet another truly beautiful day on the Isle of Tiree. From dawn to dusk there has been sunshine. There has hardly been a cloud in the sky. Any clouds have just been wispy. We woke to the orange glow of first light. The view to the south was of the Paps Jura Who could resist […]Read more "Sunrise To Sunset"
The dictionary definition of ‘strand’ in this instance Is ‘the land bordering a body of water, the shore or beach’. The dictionary says the word is akin to the Norse word for shore. This is most appropriate for the Isle of Tiree. Many places names have a Norse origin. Gott Bay is Traigh Mhor – […]Read more "Sunset Strand"
A beautiful November day followed a few early morning showers. Both forenoon and afternoon had uplifting blue skies and sea. This was something we really appreciated around noon. It was a joy to travel the length of the island. At sundown we had occasion to go to Baugh. You will find Tyree Pottery in this […]Read more "A Beautiful November Day"
November on Tiree began with a windy weekend. On Friday evening the wind began to ramp up. At midnight the gusts reached 59mph. The gusts began to steadily drop. By the morning they were in the 40s And so it continued for most of the day. Earlier in the week the Livestock Sale on Tiree […]Read more "A Windy Weekend"
The Tiree Wave Classic is over for another year. Many of the surfers left the island over the weekend. Although some are still present the island feels much quieter. This is particularly noticeable as you negotiate our single track roads. Today marked the start of the ferry’s winter timetable. This means there is no ferry on a Wednesday or […]Read more "Home And Away"
The sea is calm. It is a starlit evening. There is barely a hint of a breeze. It is difficult to believe the forecast for tomorrow, Sunday. The normally conservative forecast is for gusts in excess of 50mph. Look back to Friday evening. It was a most attractive sunset. This was true no matter which […]Read more "Starlight Special"