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Hand Carved Mahogany Cheese Knives

These are made from reclaimed mahogany and reclaimed Sheffield steel blades.

Each one is unique and I’m working on more just now. Completely hand made, from the cutting and shaping of the wood to the ultra-smooth sanding and waxing. 31 more words

Kelpies

The magnificent 30m high Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland

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The Geordie.

Hola!

Man, I haven’t written anything for a looooooong time, I’m so sorry!

The most entertaining anecdote I have for you is, erm, well, not “blog-friendly” – I mean, I have aunties and my parents’ friends lurking around my blog (hi, thanks for reading my blog… and for not telling mum on me, merp)- but it is a good story, so: 429 more words

Young Guns

It’s a tough challenge to replace somebody of the stature, charm & medal-count of Chris Hoy, but it looks like Scotland’s young track riders have risen to the challenge & are slowly rising onto the international stage, some with a big bang. 1,009 more words

Cycling

Release Day Blitz with Giveaway - MacAlister's Hope: a Kilmartin Glen novella by Laurin Wittig

BOOK INFORMATION

TITLE – MACALISTER’S HOPE
SERIES – A KILMARTIN GLEN NOVELLA
AUTHOR – LAURIN WITTIG
GENRE – SCOTTISH HISTORICAL ROMANCE
PUBLICATION DATE – OCTOBER 21, 2014… 1,240 more words

Fiction

Review: Founder's Dirty Bastard Scottish Ale

Founder’s make good stuff. I’ve enjoyed everything by them. All made with a bit of finesse. Dirty Bastard is no exception.

This ale pours copper red, has a quickly dissipating head, and is sweet on the nose. 72 more words

Beer