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One estimate put the numbers at 280 and included parties from Canna and Soay.The Craft Shop did a magnificent job of catering for everyone many of whom had to leave on Sheerwater and Loch Nevis.You need to book for dinner; closing hours remain the same.Tommy Mc Manmon ISLE OF MUCK July has been a busy month on Muck - it always is.Tug o' war was as keenly contested as ever, I'm told, with Mallaig women and men emerging victorious (not sure where I was when that was going on).The egg and spoon race used some of my rock-hard guinea fowl eggs, and involved backwards running under the instruction of Ian Robertson. Exciting stuff: you can still sign up to one of the runs by emailing [email protected] or why not just pop over for the craft fair which is happening at the same time?Some great discussions had, with Lesley Riddoch, Jim Crumley, Mandie Haggith, Ian Mc Ewan, John and Nicola Fletcher, Fi Martynoga, Sophie Hardach, Knoydart's own Hilary Rhode, and regular visitor Kate Rawles all pitching in with readings, walks and demonstrations.

Our musical treats weren't over: after the Games we had the mighty Breabach, who were as tight, inspiring and exciting as their reputation suggests.Lots of people bounced up and down to a band who are undoubtedly heading towards Shooglenifty levels of stardom.The Games themselves were a wee bit damp, but that didn't put plenty of folk off enjoying the usual nonsense, some of them taking time off to shelter in Grant's temporary auditorium which had a tombola, teddy stall, and Isla's Yes table.August 2nd was the day of the Small Isles Sports and as with the wedding in May the weather did not cooperate and rain set in though luckily it was not heavy till the field events were over.It was held in Laga Bholla the field nearest Port Mor and the hall and was massively attended.

Our musical treats weren't over: after the Games we had the mighty Breabach, who were as tight, inspiring and exciting as their reputation suggests.

Lots of people bounced up and down to a band who are undoubtedly heading towards Shooglenifty levels of stardom.

The Games themselves were a wee bit damp, but that didn't put plenty of folk off enjoying the usual nonsense, some of them taking time off to shelter in Grant's temporary auditorium which had a tombola, teddy stall, and Isla's Yes table.

August 2nd was the day of the Small Isles Sports and as with the wedding in May the weather did not cooperate and rain set in though luckily it was not heavy till the field events were over.

It was held in Laga Bholla the field nearest Port Mor and the hall and was massively attended.

To my totally inexperienced eye there is still a lot to do before the fish go in and on the pier there is a hive of activity not seen since it was built.