Monthly Archives: December 2012
Never Ending Story
Hoping for a quiet end to the year but the forces of nature conspire to make life in general pretty trying at times. After the tractor carry on I certainly did not expect to-days (Friday) problems, the motorbike stopped running … Continue reading
Christmas Eve Search and Rescue
Nikki from Bethnell green in London is here on holiday in Seascape, she has never been to the Highlands before, first impressions we had of her were to tell her to take her phone when out walking, Stornoway Coastgaurd etc … Continue reading
Sea Eagles Nesting??
To-day Wednesday the 19th was a complete change from the last few days, clear blue skies were replaced with grey, breezy then wet. Last nights sunset was not as good as Tuesday’s. But it was not too bad. No sign … Continue reading
Saturday night and it is the last two episodes of the Danish Thriller on BBC 4, very apt!! I’m sitting here doing the blog waiting for it to start thinking of a header for the blog, well as I say … Continue reading
The last couple of days have passed in a daze. Been busy walking every inch of the Island trying to count deer and assess the population with a thought to the cull figure. We are under pressure by the Red … Continue reading
Last time I looked it was the 5th of December, I had just blogged before departing for Inverness. Who should I meet on the pier/slip at Sconscer but Paul C, of ‘Life at the End of The Road’ Blog fame. … Continue reading
Running Out Of Time!!
That seems to be the way these last few days, trying to get the place up to speed with the impending ice age about to hit us is quite a struggle. Trying to bury pipes on rocky Rona is quite … Continue reading
Life Beyond ‘The End of The Road’
The Satellite broadband is back, hurray. It is incredible how we rely on it BUT personally I think with modern technology and advances everyday, the Internet is possibly the most important development in remote areas such as Rona but overall … Continue reading