Share your wanderings and adventures around Scotland. Tell us about your favourite places far from the beaten track. Divulge those little hidden gems that attract you in for a drink or a snack. And then we'll share ours!
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I was on Liz's Rick Steve's tour a couple of years ago and had a fantastic time. Prior to the tour starting, I rented a car and drove south to Sanquhar in Dumfries & Galloway area to see the town my ancestors came from. A delightful little village with a great B&B called the Blackaddie Country Hou
The sun is once more splitting the skies in Scotland - well over 80 degrees here today. It may not be much to some of you but that’s HOT for us. I’m still coming to terms with this blogging business so bear with me - everyone who has subscribed to date is by special invitation. You are the guinea pi
Here in Oregon, the longest hike we've done recently was to climb Neahkanie Mountain, on the coast range. It overlooks Manzanita Beach and offers a spectacular place for a packed lunch. Back home, enjoying a quiet beer on the front deck, I was happy to see some wildlife wandering through the front
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