Monthly Archive for: ‘February, 2013’

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    Active Fairtrade Group on Skye

    This is Fairtrade Fortnight which takes place from 25th February- 10th March. There are many special offers available at the Co-operative stores on Skye. I attended a coffee morning this morning in Breakish village hall, many supporters of Skye Fairtrade were in attendance. I met …

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    Trying to fit a quart into a pint pot

    by Andy Kay(Guest Commentary) We gave some friends ,up from the central belt, a fast tour of the west and north of Skye yesterday. Despite the weather forecast predicting a full day’s sunshine the morning’s visit to Stein in Waternish and to Neist in the …

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    Shipwrecked on Skye

    Skye Accommodation are having fine weather on the Isle of Skye, frosty mornings, pink sunrises and blue skies throughout the day. It is a real boost in February, any tourists visiting are able to experience our Skye in all it’s glory.  After a visit to …

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    Saucy Mary Norwegian Princess

    We have been experiencing exceptionally good weather on Skye the past few days, it makes it even more beautiful than normal. I was able to visit the village of Kyleakin on the east coast of Skye and enjoy some sun. From 1841 to October 16, …

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    Swordale and Kilbride visitor attractions

    After a morning of housework, I thought an afternoon out and about locally with my camera would be a good idea. First stop Cill Chroisd Church, (Christ’s Church) it was used up until 1843 by the people of Strath. Before the construction of what is …

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    Over the Skye Bridge in quest of Valentine gift

    What do you get the man who has everything for a Valentine gift? Some Plockton Brewery real ale. Andy and I made a special journey over the Skye bridge this afternoon to track down some real ale in Plockton. Many of our guests at the …

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    Visit to Screen Machine

    We get asked a lot by visitors to the B&B what’s it like in the winter on Skye, do we get lots of snow and what do we do? Well today we have been lucky to have missed the snow, it seems to be further …

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    Skye food for thought

    It was a horrible driech day on Skye today, I managed to get a walk along the Marble Line Path.  I usually listen to my iPod set on Traditional Music. You can always tell when I am listening to a good reel, as my pace …

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    Coming home to Skye

    It is always good to come home to Skye. Back in the 1800’s many Skye residents never got the chance to come home. During the Highland clearances many folk on Skye were sent off to Canada, America and Australia. I came across a really interesting …

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    Celtic Connections

    The bright lights of Glasgow are calling, I am heading off tomorrow on the early bus to the Celtic Connection Music Festival. I am meeting up with my friend Judith, we are going to Transatlantic Sessions tomorrow and Orkney Gathering on Saturday, I am sure …

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