Posted: Tuesday, 10 January 2006
Welcome Will! Soay was one of those islands that you hope someone might contribute from but your never sure if anyone's going to join-in. Try and keep your posts a bit briefer in future though will you? People don't have time for these long-winded posts ; )
Mike from BBC Glasgow
Hi Will, what's happening on Soay? Are you coming to the Fank?
Sunny from Arran
Aboot time you blogged again I think..... ps Welcome fae Unst
Ruthodanort from Unst
Hi Ruthodanort, send my regards to Fae from Unst. Whats happening on Unst at the moment. Whens the next fank over there? If theres nothing on we may have to head to Arran!!! Any news appreciated....
Didano Tellya from Lazy Corner Stornoway
are u william davis from the isle of soay?
gillian fitzgerald from merseyside
I am a former resident and still owner of the carrie cottage site. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Jones from Manchester, England
Did that large amount of croft land, on the isle of soay, that went up for sale in 2003 ever sell ?
Doc from Stornoway
Hopefully the wait will not be to long...
off shore view from Currently Libya.
Soay has no electricity other than by individual generator. No shops or services, in short you must be self sustaining and bring in supplies to live there.The nearest point being Elgol on Skye. Many years ago Caledonian McBrey stopped at Soay every 2 weeks to re-supply us, tho this services was terminated a long time ago. Often sea conditions preclude re supply from Elgol for days on end. Paul email@example.com
Paul Jones from Manchester
Iwould dearly like to land on Soay and have a walk around. I wonder is this possoble. The nearest i have been is Elgol
Brenda Whiteside e mail firstname.lastname@example.org from near Preston Lancs