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

Applecross Light Shows

Not able to find much time to post much as it has been fishing and Inn, sleep, eat and Inn again. Once this weekend is done and dusted it should settle down for a little while. English schools go back soon and that will relieve pressure plus there are rumours of more staff coming north. Although we have not had a good summer weather wise there have been many compensations. Beginning on Wdednesday,




some of the light shows at the end of the day


have been fairly described as spectacular.




That and the fishing not being too shabby has made for an interesting year. All I need now is to see a few porpoises,dolphins and a couple of whales in the Sound. Not too much to ask?


Comments on: "Applecross Light Shows" (1)

  1. Livingstone said:

    excellent…. as always

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