The Stromness Museum is re-opening on Thursday the 13th of May – operating on a reduced schedule with hour long slots and reduced capacity to ensure that the premises meets with Covid-19 safety requirements.
“May the Third………..Violets are appearing along the side of the track…..not shrinking…..not at all….”
“We’re seeing worm casts in the grass too – so they are enriching the soil, right through the garden.”
” examples of the varied forms of re-use of structures and the materials they were made from.”
Winds easing though the afternoon with showers tending to be more focused across Orkney. Maximum temperature 8 °C.
“As #ArtUnlocks throughout Scotland and the UK, the Talbot Rice joins with galleries and museums in celebrating the visual arts “
Feeling cold in the strong northerly winds. Maximum temperature 8 °C.
“Generalist” plants and pollinators play a crucial role in maintaining biodiversity and may also serve as buffers against some impacts of climate change
As the year moves on and into May, bluebells come into their full magnificence.
“Presently, I’m reading ‘Jennie’ which is about a little boy, Peter, who spends some time…………being a cat – not through choice, far from it. “