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Running For The Hills

I love reading books when I’m sat in the place they are set in, mixing the pleasure of being transported to a different time whilst staying in the same geographic location. 834 more words

Autobiography

The Crummey's trip to Anstruther July '16

The Crummeys (and friends) from East Lothian

We know the East Neuk of Fife well and really wanted our friends from Wales to see it too. 397 more words

Anstruther

On narrow streets and the life to come

In Scotland and northern England, a narrow street or alley is called a wynd or a close (/ˈkloʊs/ — pronounced with a soft ‘s’ 641 more words

Photography

Fact is stranger than fiction

More real-life Ghostbusters, this time a pair of part-time authors turned ghost hunters who claim to have captured real evidence of hauntings.

After being called in to investigate funny goings-on in a former Fife mill, Greg Stewart and Lenny Low – collectively known as The Ghost Writers – captured a strange image on a motion-activated camera, which they say could be a human figure. 136 more words

News

Pittenweem Art Festival

… I’m taking part in this festival
so please come along if you are in the area …

… Venue 19 …
Pittenweem Bowling Club… 18 more words

Photography

Culross Abbey

Just a short walk up the hillside from the brilliance and the opulence of Culross Palace lies an intriguing pile of ruins, watched over by a parish church. 1,033 more words

Scotland

Haunting In Scotland

Scotland, a country I embarrassingly first fell in love with through the show and movies, The Highlander, was the destination of a weekend adventure Steve and I were given as an amazingly curated wedding gift. 668 more words

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