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Taking the plunge

There’s nothing to beat the adrenaline-fuelled rush of a new achievement or completing an activity that involves a degree of perceived risk.  That’s how I feel anyway.  765 more words


Loch Turret and Crieff Drovers Tryst

Another gorgeous sunny day so went for a walk to Loch Turret with the dogs.

The dam at Loch Turret will be the halfway (& lunch) point on a walk I’m leading as part of the… 55 more words


Michael Bruce Way, Kinnesswood

Had a wee trip over to Kinnesswood yesterday, with Loch Leven stretching out below and the bulk of Bishop Hill and the Lomond Hills behind, this is a stunning location. 65 more words


Word Clouds and reviews

Just having a play with this great feature to make your own Word Clouds!  Just copied and pasted some of our lovely reviews our guests have posted on… 18 more words


Flora and the Noble Fir Tree, by Helen Grant

This is a short story Helen Grant was commissioned to write by artist June McEwan, for a youth arts project. The story had to be about MacRosty Park in Crieff, Scotland, and suitable for a family audience. 67 more words


Jo Cound - Photographer

Nature never ceases to amaze… Nature is my inspiration, especially the intricate details of all things that grow. From moss, fungi and flowers to wonderful trees and the beautiful atmospheric landscape I live in.

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What a difference 180 degrees makes on Forteviot flutter

You’ve heard the old cliche about a football match being “a game of two halves” – well our latest tandem adventure falls firmly into the camp of being “a ride of two halves”!  918 more words