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THE OUTER HEBRIDES: Protection, Nesting and Nurturing……

Somewhere far away at the northern most point of the Scottish Isle are jagged cliffs and an inner bay, that is a haven of protection, nesting and nurturing for birds. 478 more words



I am flying in more ways than one. In front of me is an unknown destination, which I think I know but in reality I know very little. 521 more words


Landscapes of 'The Lewis Man'

I rarely read fiction. I’d much rather get my nose into some interesting historical tome. But as I’ve found from experience over the past years, not all historians are adept at stringing an interesting narrative together. 587 more words

Out And About

Project aims

The project aims to explore resource management and youth engagement in the Wester Isles in order to build a stable, sustainable and self-sufficient local economy on the island. 127 more words


Moist mist....rotten rain

The awning is a Godsend to put the airer in for wet clothes. Rosie is our sanctuary after a wet and blustery 10k walk. We stopped for lunch at… 176 more words


Dubber to the rescue

Day 9 and hurray the wind has dropped. The sun is shining. We can take off our coats and jumpers, it’s t-shirt weather….just! By the time we leave Stornoway and head for… 318 more words


Autumn Mist

Here is one of three new short stories I’m adding to my small anthology Another Spring. I hope you enjoy it, and if you’ve ever been to the Outer Hebrides it might provoke fond memories. 4,828 more words