Monthly Archives: May 2018

Eigg – life at the margins

Saturday 12 May The ferry to Eigg is surprisingly large – it has a saloon and a café. It’s a car ferry but there is only one car on it, plus a lorry with various scruffy looking objects in the … Continue reading

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Rain, sun, and more eagles

Tuesday 8 May Ann and Stuart, a couple in, I would guess, their late sixties, seemed to spend all summer travelling round – mostly Scotland – in a fairly new van which Stuart has converted in very minimal fashion. I … Continue reading

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Eagles!

(Note:  it’s been difficult to get online in the last few days) Monday 7 May. It’s my first session at a Sea Eagles hide, and I’m very nervous about how these will turn out. Monday evening         … Continue reading

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Easdale

There’s a big event here at Easdale today – the RIB Rendezvous. No, it’s not a mass barbecue, but a meeting for owners of Rigid Inflatable Boats. There were a fair few people around yesterday dressed in industrial water-proofs, and … Continue reading

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Thank you Rob at EE Dumfries!

Before I get to the ‘story so far’ I want to say a big thank  you to Rob at the EE shop in Dumfries. I’d bought a PAYG sim card at a motorway service station which was out of date. … Continue reading

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