Monthly Archives: August 2013
Here’s a surprise. Strimming around An Tempuil yesterday I noticed the Wild Strawbery leaves had traveled well outside and round the ruin. I was very pleased to see berries too and so late in the season, not many but enough … Continue reading
Day Off, Aye, Right!!!
That was the plan for Sunday but as they say, the best laid plans…………Saturday night looked so promising, I was up the top of Meal spying Rona and the evening was just fantastic, a single yacht in, the Portree sailing … Continue reading
Late Summer Rush.
Been a busy week since our return to Rona from Orkney, that seems an age ago. With our visitors in the Lodge and a full house at Dry Harbour it was always going to be hectic plus yachts in every … Continue reading
Back To Work
We are back and normal service has resumed. There is a full gale out there, two yachts holed up in the bay and I see that the ferries all over the West are disrupted. Just a normal summer Saturday. However, … Continue reading
We Have Left The Building
Just a few pics of last weeks adventures, if I can I’ll put in the text on our travels to Orkney, Wey Hey!!!! Here we are on our way to Dry Harbour amazing what you see on the roads nowadays!! … Continue reading
After The Storm
Wednesday morning: It was pretty breezy Saturday and continued into Sunday so nothing for it in the morning but to make some venison burgers, first thing we got to it and produced 50 just for starters then Kevin phoned with … Continue reading
TOWIE, we will come to that but at the moment, Saturday Night 8.30pm, it is a full gale and pouring down. Thank goodness I’m not on a camping holiday (like some we know). This is the view tonight from our … Continue reading