Tag: Donald Black

Miller’s Port to the Lighthouse

Miller’s Port to the Lighthouse

21 March 2021 We started on the road to Miller’s Port which turns off the main road to the Lighthouse with the mill race beside it. We ended in sight of the Stevenson Light on Eilean Musdile. It is thought the mill may have been read more

Winter sun, potholes, milk bottles, WWII in a walk to the lighthouse

Winter sun, potholes, milk bottles, WWII in a walk to the lighthouse

3 January 2021 The wonderful weather is continuing. Outside is the new inside, exercising the new slumping and slouching. Wherever we go, we meet folk loving the winter sun. And of course we rhapsodise to each other about how lucky we are to live in read more

COVID-19 Exhibition, Big Noise Scotland, Big noise Lismore

COVID-19 Exhibition, Big Noise Scotland, Big noise Lismore

24 August 2020 The sea is silky, shadowed and inviting, the sky dappled with non-threatening clouds. Alas, Storm Francis is battering its way north. It’s early to name storms. Biked to the museum yesterday on bike-busy roads. Plenty of wandering cyclists plus a large family read more

Heritage—Balnagown—Achnacroish Loop

Heritage—Balnagown—Achnacroish Loop

Heritage—Balnagown—Achnacroish Loop Possibly our hottest walk ever. It was 11 August 2020. We biked to the Heritage Centre, a great place to visit and start many walks. It’s central and there’s a cafe. And a wonderful museum. We headed for Balnagown, turned left before The read more