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Munros, Mallaig and Moorland: Volunteering in the Last British Wilderness.

Eleven long hours it took to travel from Shropshire to the remote village of Inverie on Knoydart, Scottish highlands. Supposedly ‘the last wilderness’ of Britain – this peninsula is only accessible by boat from the small fishing village of Mallaig or via a 20-mile hike through craggy mountains. 886 more words


Going wild

After watching @steamingboots film of his winter camp up Beinn a’ Chrulaiste I had become fixated with a similar adventure. Gill had suggested some ideas for the weekend and then on Thursday I asked if the others wanted to camp up a ‘hill’ in Glencoe. 480 more words


The Road to the Isles

There are certain parts of the UK that remind you of all the beauty we have right here on our doorstep. I never tire of driving the A830, more genially known as “The Road to the Isles”. 710 more words


Knoydart in Black and White: Autumn 2014

The Knoydart Peninsula on the West Coast contains some of the most impressive mountain landscapes I’ve seen anywhere in Scotland. I have an endless supply of photos I adore from this trip, so this is part 1, the Black and White shots. 57 more words



These post titles are becoming hard work.

One of the most interesting things about these WiFi projects is the variety of approaches.  A couple of weeks ago I visited the Mitchell Library in Glasgow where the focus was on one, albeit pretty big, library.  366 more words

Toro Twizy's tracks on Knoydart

We have just received the first download from the tracker on board Toro our modified rural Twizy who is spending a few months with the folks on the remote… 184 more words