Isle of Mull Driest in UK. The words I did not expect in April,We can have long dry spells but not normally over winter.Our winter here on Mull Has been fantastic in my eyes cold frosty and bright for the most,we have had a little amount of snow flurry’s but nothing settling apart from on the mountain tops.The daffodils started to poke their heads above ground but as the cold continued the just kept tight closed and normally by now we have blossoms on the trees and buds of leaves are starting to open but when i look out side we still have the bare trees but knowing nature it will not take long to catch back up once the air starts to warm up.Isle of Mull Driest in UK are words most people will think are a joke because they once came for a week and it rained so they think it must be like that all the time, But it is not and if its global warming or not the weather on Mull over the past few years seem to be getting dryer and colder over the winter.
If you want to check out what i say http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/3196140 . When you drive around the Island all you see at first glance is dry grass but if you look closer you will still find wild life getting on with it, birds are still singing in a morning enjoying the winter sun.My chickens are already dust bathing a sight normally for June and July and strange when I have to go and top up their water or break the ice off it for them.
With the clear sky’s and cold nights we have been having some fantastic sun sets and fantastic views of the aurora this year. We are very proud of the fantastic Isle of Mull and we are so lucky to be living here and we have enjoyed the winter and the fact the we have the head lines, Isle of Mull Driest in UK. We will be glad when we get a little rain as we do not want any more hill fires and we love the fact we have such fantastic forests Hills and pastures and we love how green
the Island normally is and all the wild life that need water as well as the people here of course.
So let it rain for a little while evenings only of course, as we love the island in all its glory not only when its called Isle of Mull Driest in UK. If you would like to come and see The Island for you self please have a look at our web Site www.hartofmull.co.uk or click on the links above. Many thanks for reading my blog hope you enjoyed it. Diane and Tim Mellor