Dropping down from the final crest in the road, on the right is the turn for Milton with its harbour which serves many of the island's fishing boats. Just beyond the turnoff is the croft called 'Coll View' and next to it is a telephone box which has an honesty box for some of the produce from the croft.
Along the way came across all kinds of flowers - in fact to name them all would take hours. This year there appears to be even more flowers in the rich tapestry that goes to make up the landscape of Tiree.
One of the first things we noticed, even before making Tiree our home, was the love of flags on the island. Often they are put up to mark a wedding, or a special occasion. However there are appear to be many special occasions!
Life-on-Tiree by Alan H Millar