Magic the Gathering is a… no THE trading card game.
A few years ago, a little field mouse got into the house. I spotted him right away and
managed to catch him and pop him back outside…. however, by the morning he was back!
Mike and I went the Tankerness House museum in Kirkwall on a wet Thursday afternoon – museums are A GOOD THING on a wet afternoon.
The last and largest comes the high-backed or ‘heeded stul’. This stool was at one time the easy chair of the Orkney cottage.
On this day 23 July 1745 Prince Charles Edward Stewart, ‘The Young Pretender’, landed in Eriskay with only seven men.
The pipe band played for the third time this summer on Saturday the 15th July 2017 at 19.30pm.
Mike and I are walking the South Ronaldsay East Coast paths. As I’m a bit of a knackered old person, we’re doing them in short-ish stages – bit by bit.
As today is national Daiquiri day in America, here in Scotland a poem about whisky is therefore essential.
10th planet is famous for 2 things, the already mentioned first apperance of iconic villains the Cybermen and also the final story of William Hartnell’s Doctor
Captain Iain MacIver produces superbly crafted models of Orkney buildings in real stone.