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Farewell oh Suilven

Poor Suilven, worthy/infamous Stornoway ferry of yore.

Your demise reminds us of the words of Calum Ossian…..

Farewell Suilven, you’ve met your fate

After forty years of carrying freight… 165 more words

Dance for the Dead by Thomas Perry

Meeting Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Book:  Dance for the Dead by Thomas Perry
Series: Jane Whitefield Novels # 2
Main Character:  Jane Whitefield
Location… 171 more words

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My first Highland Stag

A couple of weeks ago I thought I would treat myself to a stalk on a rare week without guests. Asa, who is my gillie/keeper for the 2015 season, and I went out and scouted one of the estates we work with, trying to find the rutting stags with the hope of getting my first ever Scottish red deer. 951 more words

Country Life


My Summer of photo-taking, car-driving and whimsical living has come to an end – I miss my camera and my car a lot but being back here means getting stuck into studying Digital Design again so I really can’t complain! 257 more words



A summary of August in photos, spanning from the Isle of Harris to the gorgeous peninsula of Point.

After a Summer of seeing and photographing these amazing islands, I’ve grown to appreciate where I’m from so much more, making leaving here for another year in university all the more sad…but sweet still, because it’s here to come back to! 56 more words


The Butt of Lewis

Despite its name, the Butt of Lewis is actually the uppermost tip of the Outer Hebrides, and is in fact the most northwesterly point in Great Britain. 295 more words