Saturday, June 09, 2007

Where I Run

Good morning from the beautiful Isle of Tiree. Here's a short video I made at about 07:00 this morning. Courtesy of Phedippidations I have running buddies all over the world. I thought they might be interested to see my 'running track' - or at least the one I ran on today. The birds were singing, the seals were talking to each other, the sea was a flat calm ... yes, it doesn't get any better than this. CLICK HERE,
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9 comments:

J. Scott Cameron said...

great video footage gordon. how about next time you wear a headcam and take us for a run around tiree ; )

all the best gordon. beauty day here in guelph. sunny, warm, no humidity, bit of coolness this morning at 7:00 am. off to my son's football game in 90 minutes. cheers, scott

Drusy said...

Wow, Gordon, looks like a beautiful spot your little island!

Anonymous said...

Gordon:

Excellent video. I was in Scotland the summer of 03 on the SW part of your country. A placed called Obin. Took in Isles of Skye, Mull and Iona while there. What a gorgeous place...

Dave Littlehales
La Mirada, Calfornia

dpeach said...

Beautiful track you have there Gordon. I keep meaning to shoot some pictures of my running routes. Not so beautiful, but interesting.

Susan said...

Team Elijah:

Elijah is my 6-year-old friend who is going through cancer - for the second time. His web address is www.prayforelijah.com.

~Susan

Carboman said...

wow, what a great place to run. must be a great spot to get some inspiration!

Anonymous said...

Hi Gordon, love your blog i used to travel frequently to tiree i used to date a lass there if there ever was a place in the world that is beautiful it is the isle of tiree, is the old wreck still in scarinish?
maybe one day will get back to see how much it has changed i cannot believe it was 15 odd years ago.

Gordon Scott said...

Yes, the old wreck is still there, although there's less of it than 15 years ago. I came here to live about 14 years ago and I remember it as being still 'boat shaped' then. Tell you what, if the weather holds out I'll take a snap for you and post it on the blog. I used to know the name of the ship but I can't recall just at the moment.

janis cuevas said...

The boat in Scarinish harbor is of course the Mary Stewart. You can see her at:www.tireeimages.com along with all the best of Tiree.