I got the cards and the breakfast in bed, can’t be bad!!! But that didn’t last for long. Off to Portree tomorrow, what excitement!! The dry stone waller and the forester surveying the regeneration are coming. We put them off because of the weather and probably that was a good decision. It is forecast flat calm so it is a good chance to get stores, dump rubbish and fuel up.
In the field this morning Greylags and their young instead of Oystercatchers. So far we have 3 families of Greylags and none have lost chicks, they are very good parents.
After a busy morning getting things ready for tomorrow it was a quick half hour in the garden arguing with the midgies, then fixing up fuel pumps after last weeks delivery ended with broken pumps. Later in the day the first yachts for a few days arrived, given the weather it is not surprising that they were posted missing,
3 in tonight and that brings the total so far this year to 95 overnighters. We haven’t frightened them of yet!!!! Tonights visitors were quick to stock up on seafood and venison, word is getting round.
It was a grey start but it ended up a wonderful day, my computer adviser Dave was asking how it looked tonight so here you are.
In the next hour it got very red in the sky with rainbows, but I was writing the blog, sorry no photos.