Nov 20, 2021• by Reservoirdog
Exploring Scotland North East Coast
Bow Fiddle Rock is a natural sea arch near Portknockie. It's steep folded sides and rock arch which resembles a fiddle bow tip. A great place to visit for a day out. Short walk to scenic...
Sep 7, 2021• by suetravels
The Wondrous Western Isles of Scotland
The Outer Hebrides (or the Western Isles) have been on my bucket list since it was first compiled and The Time of Covid presents a perfect opportunity to make the trip. This is an archipelago of some...
Feb 10, 2021• by BecandPip
Hills, Show and Soft Furnishings
The thing about being women of a certain age is that we can get a little bit tired. Pip and I have been back at work for two weeks now and we've both had the busiest January ever. This, coupled...
Feb 8, 2021• by BecandPip
Fire Pits and Maps
"Let's have a winter BBQ!" announced Ever Patient Husband one dark evening last autumn.
"Hmmm." I replied, hoping he would forget all about it and we could all move on.
Sadly, this was not to be...
Dec 28, 2020• by BecandPip
Head Torches are for Wimps!
I like walking in the dark. I love the dark. I find it comforting and peaceful. This is the opposite to what most people feel about the dark. I love nothing more than turning off all the lights in...
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