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16 October 2014

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A saturday on North Uist...

Well the weather today is a bit grey over North Uist. It's been a fantastic few weeks here with glorious sunshine and some nice hot days aswell; weather to head to the beach with the dogs or just potter about in the garden. However, it's a dry day and there is nice breeze, it's just a bit grey.

Went to Taigh Chearsabhagh (www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org) on Saturday and had a lovely lunch in the cafe - it's been a while since I was there last. Then bought a few nice gifts from the shop for upcoming birthday's etc. Also, they have a really nice selection of books so bought a few, but could certainly have left with a few more!

Lunch at TC was followed by a stop at Morrisons for fuel, and then Clachan Stores for a few necessities and the newspapers. It was then home, feet-up, a read of the papers and an attempt at the crossword.




Posted on claddach at 16:21

Comments

Sounds like a pretty good day to me. Anything involving a book shop is always good!

Jill Williams from EK


Is this your first blog?? if so welcome to the world of nutters!

carol from under a grey sky


Hi Claddach, Thanks for the link to Taigh Chearsabhagh. It's like having a local tour guide. Keep posting! Bruce

CVBruce from CA,USA


Hello, welcome to Island Blogging! Nice to have you with us. Good to have another voice from North Uist too. If you've got any queries/comments feel free to email me at islandblogging@bbc.co.uk

Anne from IBHQ


Greetings to you.Will be visiting this month. I was once a teacher at Paible and would be back tomorrow if you had a job for me!!! Try and switch the rain off I will be camping.liz@drawbell.com

Liz Drawbell from Forres Moray


What a lot of GREAT tips. Will certainly be heading down the same road

Chruit Bhigean from Solas


Taigh Chearsabhaigh is always fun

Cruitbigean from Ludag


Sounds a wonderful place saw a cattery for sale up there and was sorely tempted to leave here with all this flooding

melanie Cheetham from stroud glos


st is a lovley place born and bred there

rachel taylor co durham from co durham




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