From Innerleithen to Mountbenger
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The meandering Dee
As you may have read in my last blog my wife passed away in the early spring of this year and it’s not difficult to imagine the impact that had on my life. I was shattered. Still am of course and it will take a very long time to recover and find my feet again in this new empty reality. At least 3 years “they” say! Even Scotland’s Finest fell by the wayside. I simply couldn’t be bothered less. Instead, funny enough, I embarked on a number of private ‘projects’, simply to ‘not think of my new situation’.
Beautiful Loch Carron
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And another contribution by Duncan Harley, author of The A-Z of Curious Aberdeenshire, The Little History of Aberdeenshire and Long Shadows - Tales of Scotland's North East.
A contribution by Duncan Harley, author of The A-Z of Curious Aberdeenshire, The Little History of Aberdeenshire and Long Shadows - Tales of Scotland's North East.
Standing Stones of Stenness (Courtesy of Orkney.com)
Contributed by guest blogger Liz Miles:
A blog by Judith:
A contribution from Judith:
An interesting article I came across. Too fascinating not to share this:
Lord, grant that Marshal WadeMay, by thy mighty aid,Victory bring.May he sedition hushAnd, like a torrent, rushRebellious Scots to crush.God save the King.
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As the late great Patrick McGoohan put it so succinctly in the motion picture Braveheart: “The trouble with Scotland is that it’s so full of Scots”.
Another contribution from Judith
A contribution from Rachel
Region: Caithness, Sutherland & Ross
Loch na Gainimh near Lochinver