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

We can link in on-line to see how the hydro is doing and at the moment it is running very nicely after Mick’s last visit. We are looking for a long steady purple block running for a few days or even weeks now although there will undoubtably be little glitches now and again to sort. The line disappearing was the loss of pressure triggering the fail-safe shut down on Friday and then you see the restart. The next loss remains a bit of a mystery, it restarting and running around 5/10 kws. The head max and head readings are not true and have to be altered but it is lovely sight for the community.

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Just going up to receive some fuel for the Filling Station so will nip up and check the pressure of the water tank. Weather poor but getting better and hope to be out tomorrow to keep the langoustines available.

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