My diary postings have been a bit thin on the ground in the last few days, which is because bookings have been at a trickle, but this is all very normal for this time of year in the Hebrides.
The reality is that wildlife wise Mull is undoubtedly better from end of April to early July. From then onward visitors are generally just ‘looking for something to do’ than be really keen to see our wildlife.
However I think we can compete closely with Aurora Borealis and Iceland for the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Such as the sunrise I have right now, with the cliffs of Gribbun across the loch from here, looking truly huge, rugged and emerald green in the low sunrise. At this very moment the grassland reaching out to the sea, is all lemon gold and the sea like glass.