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16 October 2014

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Boat day and all that

Boat day today. Stores arrived...sausages at last and three bottles of wine. Cloudy wet morning brightened up this afternoon. Took a walk to Tighard...Wild garlic going crazy, bluebells all over. And some red (or is it pink?) campion. Pier almost done, Sanday bridge looking good, too.
Posted on Cannablog at 22:41

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Great to see a blog from the Small Isles. Have all the rats been eradicated now from Canna?

Arnish Lighthouse calling Hyskeir Light from Stornoway


Hi Cannablog. It'll be nice to hear a bit aboot Canna. Got any pics?

Ruthodanort from Unst


Sanday's getting a bridge? No-one told me, how very exciting! Someone better tell P. Maxwell Davies straight away so he can kick up a stooshie.

Flying Cat from looking puzzled at Loth


Haud me back! Sossidges AND wine! all this excitement's too much for a cat of sensitive disposition........need a lie-down in the Sunroom of Eternity.

Flying Cat from up-to-high-doh


Flying Cat, Sanday is a tidal island off Canna.

Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway


Hi Cannablog, fantastic to see a Small Isles blog at last. My kids say hi to Caroline, though she won't remember them (Aphra and Joe, ex Rum Primary)!

BoB from Lewis


Mr Arnish, izzatso? Really? Oh. And here was me thinkin' it was one of the North Isles. Silly me. Sigh.

Flying Cat from World Atlas Corner


Love the blog whats the population now there? Keep the photos coming..much appreciated

caro from YD


I hope none of you mind but I'm trying to write a story about you all I twill probably never see the light of day but may be about smuggling!

betty Tindal from Now in Dumfries




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