I’ve just read these words, “It’s wet and windy.” They come from a blog that we subscribe to: The Bg Garden and Croft. The blog is by Jonathan and Denise who live and work from their home in South Uist in the Outer Hebrides. Yesterday morning was sunny but by late afternoon the mist was descending […]Read more "When the Mist comes in"
After last week’s sunshine the forecast was not promising. Thankfully the day has much improved as it has gone on. First thing it looked as it it might rain all day. When we set out to meet with the church family at An Talla (Crossapol) the car’s windscreen wipers were certainly kept busy. Looking to […]Read more "“Goodnight”"
This past week many parts of the UK were buffeted by storm Doris. Although Tiree was not the sunniest place in the U.K. this week on several occasion it has been the sunniest in Strathclyde, and it completely avoided the nation’s named storm. This evening the climax was a colourful sunset. Tomorrow could end this […]Read more "A Colourful Climax"
This morning’s ferry brought with it the sunshine. First thing in the morning it had been damp. With the ‘Heb Isles’ came the sun. And this evening it is still clear. There is star after star What a sight! (Double-click for larger photographs in galleries) The air was so clear and so were the views. We […]Read more "Countdown to Spring"
Today many parts of the United kingdom are experiencing stormy conditions. High winds and driving snow are affecting roads and railways. Trees have been brought down and schools closed. Sadly it has even resulted in the loss of life. (Storm Doris) How different on the Isle of Tiree. There is a stiff, cold breeze from […]Read more "Weather Outlook"
Earlier in the day a rainbow arched over Gott Bay. Sadly the rainbow was not quite complete. The top of the arch was missing. Thursday’s Rainbow over Gott Bay As the rainbow suggests it was a day of mixed weather. However, as evening approached we were afforded a grand sunset. Close to home is Tiree’s […]Read more "Chocolate Swirl"
An East wind did blow and brought with it a strong chill factor. Nevertheless once again the day began bright and sunny. Walking today was certainly invigorating! With the east wind gusting to 38mph the ferry was operating to an amended timetable. The arrival and departure at Tiree was as detailed in the Winter timetable. However there […]Read more "An East Wind"