Harris Tweed

18 Jul 19
Pride's Purge

Here’s a full list of the disgraceful anti-democratic MPs who voted against stopping the ‘proroguing’ of parliament. In other words, they supported the suspension of parliament – and themselves – to allow a Prime Minister to dictate whatever he likes without the democratic controls and scrutiny of MPs and parliament. Conservative (262) Adams, Nigel Selby […]

18 Jul 19
3CCorp.net

  As we settle into high summer and the period of maximum difficulty in finding anything to fill in hours of television news, especially 24/7 news television, two well-established political trends are emerging in this pre-electoral period: The president’s opponents continue to dig themselves into foxholes that they will not be able to escape, and […]

17 Jul 19
Anderson Valley Advertiser

The fast approaching 50th anniversary of the successful launch, landing upon the Moon, and recovery of Apollo 11 this week seems an auspicious and fitting occasion to remember my father and some of our times. My father is 87 years old. His name is Skip, and odds are will turn 88 on the 27th of […]

17 Jul 19
Have Clothes, Will Travel

Guest post by Stuart Cooke It’s a wonderful sense of liberation to know that everything you have is packed in one bag, and that’s it for the next however many weeks or months… and you may not know exactly where you’re going or what you’ll be doing. However, packing for a backpacking trip can be […]

17 Jul 19
Heartland Diary USA

Two columns from opposite ends of the political spectrum today show that President Trump is close to accomplishing the greatest one-man war of liberation in history since Simon Bolivar threw off the chains in South America. From the right, we get Conrad Black’s essay at the National Review titled “The Trump Steamroller.” From the left […]

17 Jul 19

Starting this month I plan to combine a selection of outfit shots into a monthly post. Each post will showcase some outfits from that month, including a little bit of commentary about individual pieces. I have included links to shop the garments or similar items – or at the least, place of purchase – where possible. Enjoy!

15 Jul 19
Ashley's travels

Emmemm took us on a tour of Harris Distillery, having been on a couple of distillery tours this was by far one of the best I’ve done, as a native from Harris the passion and love she had for her island and job and the distillery shone through. She was so enthusiastic about it, and […]

15 Jul 19
Top Most Beautiful Places in Europe

The Isle of Harris feels like the end of the world. And that’s saying something, because Scotland is already a remote place

14 Jul 19
Ashley's travels

We headed to the Gearrannan Blackhouse village first thing where they still have 2 original black houses complete with Tweed loom and peat burning fire 😍 very cute little place, and got to see the loom in action, this would have been quite tough work I think! Decided I would climb up a hill in […]

14 Jul 19
Summer Wine Sailing

After yesterday doing central & north Lewis, Friday was down to Harris….. the ‘border’ between Lewis/Harris is a squiggly line 3/4 way down the island … Our initial destination was to North Harris ….. after turning off the main road, having driven for a number of miles through low cloud over the top of the […]

14 Jul 19
https://mercedes-benz-worldzz.blogspot.com/

Every Range Rover car should receive service every 15,000 miles. That is a small proportion for a car that weighs over two tons, but notable given the efficiency potential. Get into thing to think about the over identified pointers when buying a pre-building house. The Porsche Cayenne Turbo powers by 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds, […]

13 Jul 19
Summer Wine Sailing

Thursday morning dawned fairly wet as it had been overnight, Barry collected the hire car around 10am …. a white VW UP! Small but perfectly formed for what we wanted, Ruth packed herself some food for lunch and then we set off, initially going south until we picked up the road West towards Bosta, as […]