Author Archives: Rambling Scotland

About Rambling Scotland

Driver of Harvey. Walker of the wilds. Quaffeur of Prosecco. ... In that order

Schiehallion, Round Two…

It wasn’t too long before we rose above the cloud and my much-coveted inversion was revealed in all its mystical glory, it’s sole purpose seemed to be a soft landing for the sunrise should it fall. As far as the eye could see, cloud delicately embraced the land below, effortlessly keeping the mountain tops hidden to ground-bound folks. The wind was still. There was peace all around Continue reading

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The Hidden Valley – Glen Coe

For a blogger it’s weird to say ‘there are no words to describe this experience’ it really needs to be seen to be believed… Continue reading

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Finnich Glen aka Devil’s Pulpit

A beautiful place even in the cloudiest of weather, so moody and evocative. It started to rain slightly which added to the ambiance. Continue reading

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Buachaille Etive Mor

I see the majestic Buachaille Etive Mor and I shriek a little. My companions offer a sympathetic smile and I realise I don’t know either well enough to show my true psycho-on-the-hill colours yet. I best calm down… Continue reading

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Neist Point Lighthouse 1909, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Originally posted on Echoes of the Past:
While on holiday in Scotland a couple weeks ago, May 2018, I managed to photograph quite a few lighthouses for my Stevenson Lighthouse Category.  The best one for location, was Neist Point Lighthouse on the Isle of…

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Finding a Work Life Balance…

Hopefully the document leaving my sweaty, anxious hand will be the start of a new chapter… Continue reading

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Three Lochs Way – Jacqueline Glass

Originally posted on therunbetweeners:
An absolutely mind-blowing, epic challenge. Not much more needs to be said. ? Running an Ultra and Having a Blast – As You Do ? Having run one ultra before it’s definitely for the hard core…

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