Posted: Tuesday, 14 March 2006
I think you're mistaken. The crane is in fact lifting Chrissie Mary on to dry land after a heavy weekend's partying on Skye. Annie B will keep us right on the matter.
calumadmiral from Murray Mews Ness
I was interested to see your blog topic reported on breakfast TV this morning. Are the BBC using us a free reporters for their stories?
Backie from Westray
Backie, it would appear I beat them by a day LOL. Have a look at the IBHQ blog as well. My views over bacon and eggs every morning appear to be very interesting to Auntie Beeb!
Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway
Forget wind power? No chance. According one of our local papers, a 3 turbine development in the West Mainland will have a capital cost of around £750 000, and a revenue stream of £300 000 per annum. With these sort of returns it is hardly surprising that those with the land and the means want to turn the landscape into a pincushion. The high subsidies also mean we will have to pay by higher power charges - someone has to foot the bill for subsidies.
hrossey from Mainland Orkney