A view on Fishing,Community and Life on the NW coast of Scotland

The next season is Spring.

On the way to Shieldaig and again on the way back the Torridon Hills were spectacular.

These scenes coupled with a sore, but relaxing massage, and a quiet shift at the Inn means alls well for a while. Good to see Phil back from his sojourns.


Comments on: "The next season is Spring." (6)

  1. postmandick said:

    2 blogs in two days….you spoil us…….glad to see the snow has returned….down here in herefordshire when it snows everyone drives around like headless chickens very funny….Oh and conger eel is very nice….a bit ‘meaty’ like tuna…….enjoy and keep the photo’s and blog running…

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      It is pretty daft that I have not tried it and am going to with Robert’s help. Thanks for your comments.

  2. I really enjoy your blogs, amazing to think we were only there a month ago and visited Diabeg which correct me if Im wrong is at the base of the hills in the photo and we were in T shirts . I think before i make a decision to live up there I need to spend a winter there, but i think I could put up with it just for being there, I miss it . Cant be much different weather wise to her in Wales surely .

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      We have had a serious change in the weather, a blast from the north. Judith only just made it over the Hill tonight and reckons it is now closed. Weather not that much different to yours, snow hardly ever stays around everything is so changeable although last winter was a bit special with 6 months of horizontal rain.

  3. Gino Rondelli said:

    Great photos, say hello to Phil, sorry we missed him! Gino

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      Hi Gino/Fiona He was only home for a couple of days and headed of south to James’ wedding, a quiet one and he’s talking about doing more walking but when he comes back I’ll tell him you were asking for him. Good luck with the Americas,I’ll be following. cheers.

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