Scotland is a nation of islands. Although today most of our population lives in an urban mainland setting, no one is ever far from the sea.
Another piece of music for our readers to download, learn and play from Fiona Driver
“Female Transformers were planned right from the start. Autobot Medic Ratchet was originally going to be female, thus the name being a reference to Nurse Ratchet”
At 117 feet long and with a beam of 28 feet, this three-masted ship was built to be capable of sailing through broken ice, to act as an ice breaker and also to withstand the pressures of being trapped and frozen in the ice fields as happened many whalers of that time
“Exactly a year ago, 20th March 2019. the new Sighthill stone circle was officially revealed to the media.”
For all musicians out there a tune with a peedie story from musician and Orkney News reader the very talented Fiona Driver
“we sat on a conveniently placed bench to eat our sandwiches, hoping to see an otter, and noticing that there is still some snow on the Hoy Hills, on the 22 March.”
Today’s poem is Empty Streets by Matthew Holloway, rather fitting with the current state of affairs.
Before we were confined to barracks one of the simple pleasures was visiting the ZeroWaste Yard in Stromness and having a good rummage.
Call of the Primitives is a late season 3 episode of G1 Transformers.