Monthly Archives: June 2014

Calm day in Wigtown Bay

Here’s the view across the bay on Tuesday morning. Not really enough wind for sailing but very pleasant weather for enjoying the scenery. Wednesday update: We had visits from more sailing boats yesterday. Here are a couple of them sailing more »

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Saturday Flotilla

We got all of the kayaks out on Saturday when we had Gabrielle’s brother Phillip and our friend Ray visiting. First we paddled northwards into Castle Haven Bay then headed back southwards to play around in the rocks at Rumblekirn. more »

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Sunset Paddling

It was a calm evening and the high tide was just before 10 p.m. so we set off for a sunset paddle around Barlocco Island. Here’s the view approaching Barlocco, with Cairnharrow in the background On the far side of more »

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Galloway Morning

On the way back from putting out the bins for collection on Friday morning, our local Belted Galloway cow was posing nicely in front of the cottage.

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Hare update

The young hares are a month old now and seem to be doing well. They have managed to avoid being eaten by the local stoats and foxes and appear to be quite content to live in our garden. They spend more »

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Steve & Beth

We managed to intercept Steve and Beth on their return journey from the Isle of Skye. We were lucky to have some barbecue weather on Saturday evening and a fine morning on Sunday for a walk along the coast to more »

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