Home to this . . . Home to the machair. Home to azure blue waters. Home to white shell sand beaches. Home to blue sky and a breath taking sunset. In galleries mouse-over for captions and double-click for larger photos It was good to be home to an island with a real sense of community. […]Read more "Home"
We did the rising, the sun did the shining. After a weekend away for a family event in the Borders, It was time to return to our home on the beautiful Isle of Tiree. (In galleries mouse-over for captions and double click for larger photos) The venue was Aikwood Tower near Selkirk. The journey home included […]Read more "Rise and Shine"
It’s Show Day on Tiree. Historically the show has enjoyed sunny weather. What will the weather have in store today for the show? With the Friday morning ferry to catch we wake up early. We have still the final packing to complete. But we don’t need to be up this early. It is only 4:45am! […]Read more "Good Morning Tiree"
Goodnight from the beautiful Isle of Tiree. It is the end of another warm July day. All is calm. It is Thursday evening and there is hardly a breath of wind. Washing still out on the lines must surely be dry.. The wind sock on the pier hangs limp. Although it is warm and still […]Read more "Goodnight"
It’s all over for another year. I can get back to just simply grazing. Life can take on a sense of normality once more. Life is thankfully proving a little quieter. None of that heavy base beat every evening. It’ll be me and the other girls enjoying the delights of the machair. TMF 2017 is […]Read more "Just Ruminating"
Tiree Music Festival describes itself as more than a music festival. TMF is said to be ‘a true island adventure’. What other festival has such a location? Think picture-perfect white sands and world-famous surf. Think roads lined with lush greenery and wild flowers. Think sunshine! You can understand the longings of the Festival organisers. The […]Read more "The Glasgow Fair Factor"
Gott Bay is the point of arrival and departure of most people. This is true for residents and visitors alike. It is the location of the island’s pier. And the bay has a new look. Gott Bay has the Isle of Tiree’s largest beach, An Tràigh Mhòr. It is often frequented by kite and sail […]Read more "New Look"