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5th October - from Glen Douglas to Loch Caolisport

Yesterday was supposed to be the last fine day of this wonderful Indian summer, and so we decided to make the most of it.   Plus, our newsletters are arriving from the printers later this week, and then it will be all hands on deck, stuffing envelopes.   135 more words


Dunaverty Rock, Southend, Kintyre.

Site of Dunaverty Castle and the infamous massacre in 1647.

For more info on the massacre click HERE

Southend Community Website. 15 more words


The Creature from Innean nan Gailleann

This poor creature was washed up at Fionnport, near the Gauldrons, Machrihanish, Kintyre, Scotland.
Click the image above for a short video clip.

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A Woodland Walk

After a stormy Saturday which resulted in the cancellation of our paddle boarding session – for fear that we’d be blown out to sea – we woke up this morning to glorious sunshine, and had to make the most of it with a wee walk on the woodland trails just above Tarbert Castle. 89 more words

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Arrival at the White Hart Hotel, Campbeltown

Arrival at the White Hart Hotel, Campbeltown, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland.
Filmed in 1914 – Soldiers from the 7th & 9th Battalion’s Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders bound for camp and arriving at Campbeltown, together with their supplies in horse-drawn carts and wagons. 67 more words


The Kintyre Way

Although this walk makes far too much use of roads and good wild pitches are hard to find, attractive coastal scenery, fabulous views to Ireland and Arran, spring flowers and noisy birds along with locals who are friendly and helpful made the Kintyre Way a thoroughly enjoyable backpacking trip.   364 more words