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February 9th

Our twin grandsons were with us today. It was cold but bright so we went out to Drumpellier Loch and the Crannog. This is a new adventure/ play unit on the banks of the loch. 204 more words

Places

Next Lecture: Living on Water - Early Iron Age crannog research in Loch Tay

The next lecture in the 2017 – 2018 seminar series will be on Tuesday the 6th March.

Derek Hamilton & Michael Stratigos: Living on Water: Early Iron Age crannog research in Loch Tay. 71 more words

Lecture

What the hell is a crannog and why should I know about it/want one?

I love archaeology, and the past in general. The people back then were as wacky and weird as we are today, and frankly they did some really cool stuff. 369 more words

Writing

Loch Tay

Hi Friends,

Hope this day finds you well.

Today I would like to give you a very brief snapshot of one of the prettiest sights my eyes have ever had the joy to behold.  297 more words

Scotland

Solstice of the Moon: Halfway to paradise...

The misty morning had turned into the most glorious autumn day as we left Glen Lyon and headed towards Loch Tay. We wanted to try and get a shot of the crannog that has been built on the lake at Kenmore. 893 more words

Photography

11 NO FEE international lit mags seeking English submissions of poetry, prose, and art

Why limit yourself to being published in lit mags in the U.S., Canada, or the U.K? There are many countries with English-language lit mags you can also submit your work to. 1,033 more words

Call For Submissions

Visiting the Iron Age

Not all history can be taught with textbooks. For me, the finest demonstration of this I’ve come across is in the middle of Scotland, less than two hours’ drive away from any of the cities, perched a few metres off the shore of Loch Tay, where the reconstruction of an Iron Age crannog forms the major part of the… 655 more words

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