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The hidden Kinnell Stone Circle

Time is flying, and I can’t believe it has been 3 weeks since my last update.

I don’t know if you remember (probably not :-)), but last time, I was talking about the charming –but decaying,  625 more words


Tower of Lethendy, Perthshire

By Kirstie McLuckie from The Scotsman

A rural home is a dream for many, and Scotland attracts its fair share of international buyers with top end homes offering privacy, peace and access to the great outdoors. 669 more words

Tower Of Lethendy

Scottish Crannog Centre

Another highlight of my holiday up north was a trip to the Scottish Crannog Centre at Kenmore. History has always fascinated me and I was in for a treat because the Crannog Centre lets you step back in time and see what life was like all those thousands of years ago. 600 more words


Instantly Arty with Djeco Stencils

Sometimes we get a crafty toy in that produces such a professional result that it doesn’t feel like a ‘toy’ any more. These are Djeco’s stencils, we got them in as a pocket money line, just a nice we activity for children to do on a rainy day. 167 more words

Toy Shop

Highland Safaris, Aberfeldy

This past week I was lucky enough to have a mini summer holiday in Aberfeldy. We spent four days in a lodge and it was an action-packed trip. 693 more words


Castle Leoch (Doune Castle)

Today’s day trip was to Castle Leoch aka Doune Castle. I had  been here before a few years ago due to the castle’s connection with Monty Python – Monthy Python and the Holy Grail was filmed here in the late 1970s. 58 more words


Welcome to Strathallan – T In The Park’s first year at new home a resounding success

I can’t remember a time when there was such a brouhaha around the staging of a music festival, fuelled it has to be said by some pretty sensationalist media reports. 1,713 more words