Tag Archives: Scottish Walks

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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The Joy of Group Rambles

Although spending a day with people you adore doing something you love is great therapy, doing it with strangers works just as well… Continue reading

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Loch Katrine with Sir Walter Scott

The outdoor seating choice didn’t last long after the captain announced the bar was open… Continue reading

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A Braw Sunday in the Toon

A braw sunny Sunday for free day in Glasgow Continue reading

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Ben Chonzie

A bright and breezy ramble up munro Ben Chonzie. Did we arrive at the top? The directions said we did! Continue reading

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Ben A’an & the Unwanted Company

A climb up Ben A’an could have been more enjoyable had it not been for the unwanted company… Continue reading

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Shenanigans on Schiehallion 

Peace and quiet with the earie landscape of rocks and boulders. It was like walking on another planet. So surreal. So stunningly beautiful. I’m glad my walking buddy knows me well enough to realise I’m not having a breakdown when I recite my emotional thoughts and random artistic observations. Continue reading

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