With the prefix ‘Bale’ being common there are several ‘B’s on Tiree. Of course if it were beaches there are so many to visit. Today’s 2Bs are Baugh and Balephetrish. The restored Dr Buchanan’s Memorial is a prominent feature. Dr Buchanan was Tiree’s first doctor from 1860 until his death in 1911. Such was the respect […]Read more "A Day of 2Bs"
Beautiful Baugh. Colourful Crossapol. Take your pick for both names are appropriate. Baugh Beach is often referred to as Crossapol Beach. This afternoon we had a difficult decision to make. ‘What beach were we going to walk along?’ On Tiree you are spoilt for choice. A good example of the action at Colourful Crossapol We […]Read more "Colourful Crossapol"
The daylight hours of Wednesday 23rd August proved to be a weather window. Overnight on Tuesday/ Wednesday there was thunder and lightening. The rain had to be seen and heard to be believed. “It was like living under a waterfall.” The BBC Reported: Tiree in the Inner Hebrides, often one of the sunniest places in […]Read more "Weather Window"
Why are the flags flying? It is not simply because the sun is out. The flags are flying for the Tiree Music Festival. It is July and it feels like summer. The sky is blue and the air is pleasantly warm. And the sea, azure blue, looks so enticing, so inviting. What a great start […]Read more "The Flags Are Out!"
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"
It was an illustration of the art of flight. Our walk along Gott Bay was a vivid demonstration. The birds overhead scored higher than the kite surfers in the water. Gott Bay contains Tiree’s Big Beach. In Gaelic the beach is known as Tràigh Mhòr. The afternoon’s low tide emphasised the sheer expanse of sand. Out in […]Read more "The Art of Flight"
Intoxicating! Magnificent! Unbelievable! On the Isle of Tiree you run out of superlatives. It is so refreshing to have visitors to stay. It is interesting to see the island through their eyes. It is enlightening to hear their comments about Tiree. We had various responsibilities in the afternoon. So, in the morning we made the most […]Read more "Intoxicating"