Relaxing on Mull

Whilst Agnes was paddleboarding around the Mull coastline, the Dogs and Myself went exploring some of the coastal paths and take in the views including Carsaig with it’s impressive volcanic cliffs with columnar basalt layers to secluded Croggan beach. In addition several evenings sitting beside Loch Na Keal  & Loch Scridain allowed some time to watch and photograph some of the local bird life.

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Paddleboarding on Mull

Mull has fantastic coastal scenery with crystal clear water. Combined with the fine weather we had during our recent visit this produced some spectacular paddleboarding opportunities.

Who shall have a fishy?

Having spent many hours scouring the Mull shoreline for the chance sighting of an Otter last week we had some fantastic luck on our last afternoon. We saw the Otter enter the water about 50 metres away and after a short period of diving and surfacing with small items of prey, which it ate on the surface, it dove and resurfaced with a much larger fish that it then brought to shore to eat.

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North West Highlands

A trip to the North West Highlands of Scotland with Agnes, Donna and Olive; Olive being Donna’s nickname for her old VW Camper van. Agnes & Donna tried out their recently acquired Stand Up Paddleboards against a backdrop of amazing scenery and sunsets, firstly at Loch Maree and then at Loch Druim Suardalain.

A visit to Achnahaird beach always means spectacular view, but this time the setting sun cast a wonderful orange glow onto Suilven, Cul Mor, Stac Polliadh, Cul Beag & Ben Mor Coigach

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Rattray Head

We have had a couple of visits to Rattray Head this winter. Rattray Head is on the Aberdeenshire coast between St Combs and Peterhead. It is characterised by miles of sandy beach and series of impressive sand dunes. Rattray Head light house is only a short distance offshore.

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It’s a little bit nippy outside

As the mercury started falling on the 10th of February the clear skies provided an amazing sunset.

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A mixture of photos & videos taken around and about Sandend over several separate days. You can see why Sandend is a local surfers paradise. However picturesque, you wouldn’t catch me in the water there unless it was a good 25 degrees warmer.

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Wintery scenes from the Suie Hill

The views from the top of the Suie are pretty spectacular at any time of the year, a blanket of snow just adds to the magic.


Winter Sunshine

Late December 2020 and early January 2021 brought some fine winter weather to our part of the NE of Scotland.

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Magical Mull

At the start of November 2020, we spent 7 days exploring the island of Mull off the West Coast of Scotland.

Mull ticks all the boxes; Majestic mountains, rugged coastlines, Lochs, sandy beaches and the chance to see a wide variety of wildlife at every turn.

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