Monthly Archives: July 2014
We are house bound to-day (Thursday) the sunny weather has disappeared and has been replaced with a colder SW wind and of course that brings rain. The yachts are still coming but it has dropped off, I guess there is … Continue reading
This was the view last week as we left Rona for Inverness. We left Rona last Tuesday for a couple of nights away, we would have preferred it to be raining!!! But before we left there was a young deer … Continue reading
I will Look In Your House
It is quite difficult to describe this blogs topic but I’ll try. The visitors of which there are many this year . To date 288 yacht night visits as opposed to 238 this day last year (that was on Friday … Continue reading
I left the last post with a pending fishing trip. No Mackerel!!! Thank goodness we have a few lobster pots and creels. We went out on Tuesday and by that time it had clouded over. So we were hopeful of … Continue reading
The Sun is Still Shining, Time for Fishing.
Ok that last post looks like it works and it was pretty simple (thank goodness). No worries on the computer front for a while. Panic over. We are just the same as everyone else (The Rona Wave). If the internet … Continue reading
Here we are on a beautiful day at the computer. I spilled tea on it months ago but on opening it we found green Verdi Gris. One year old and rusty from the sea air coming in through the key … Continue reading
The Rona Wave
The Danish Invasion started a week to-day, Kenny and Gemma on MV Seaflower took the party over after their stop in Coul House Contin (always worth a visit highly recommended). We had lunch on the boat with the usual wonderful … Continue reading
Half Way There.
Midsummer is past and we are on the home straight. So much has happened in the last week that it seems so long ago. Best thing is to just put up the pictures with the briefest description or I’ll be … Continue reading