The big fight has started. The Lord's Day Observance Society have now instructed a sollicitor to argue their case against the introduction of a Sunday ferry service, rubbishing all the arguments put forward by ferry operators Calmac. They are accused of naked commercial greed.
I am bemused by the assertion that Calmac's legal advice has not been published. I have seen it printed out on several local blogs, which to me means it has been published, if not by Calmac. The letter, which I'm checking on as I type, is pretty clear.
I am considering relocating to the Arnish Gun Emplacements, getting food in from Tesco's by special tender to Downie's Harbour and chartering MV Lochnevis to bring me guns and ammo. This is High Noon at the Ferry Corral, and it's every man for himself. Where's my helmet?