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A few weeks ago the delightful assistants passed a sign by the side of the A9 road near Perth advertising a fruit farm and cafe. The place was, slightly disconcertingly, named ‘Broadslap’. 393 more words



Peter visits Lynedoch, Perthshire, Thursday 15th June 2017.

Thomas Mann for “borrowed words”
Alison Moyet for “Other”

Two Cultures

My Ironman Journey - 2 Weeks To Go!

Top tip, don’t take a couple of weeks off in your training and expect the same kind of performance, or better, as the last session when you head out. 638 more words


Glamping by the Tay

Despite being a fairly outdoorsy person there is one thing in life I like to avoid as far as possible: Camping.

Tents that are either freezing cold or boiling hot; trying to pack that tent into a bag that will never fit the same way again; squatting in the woods; gas stoves blowing out in the howling gale….. 521 more words

Mini Breaks

Not so Dull

Earlier this month, one beautiful sunny day, the delightful assistants downed tools and set off into northern Perthshire for a day out.

Arriving in the small village of Dull (you can read more about Dull… 557 more words


Perth pair ready to build on debut success

Perth boxers Gary Wilson and Adam Stewart are training hard for their upcoming fights on 10th June at Linwood’s On-X Centre. The pair made impressive starts to their professional boxing careers at the same venue in March, stopping their respective opponents, and will be hoping to build on that momentum. 415 more words


Pipes, drums and marching Highlanders

Summer arrived in Scotland last week, and as the mercury hit the high 20s, Scots uncovered their alabaster, white limbs and embraced al-fresco living with gusto. 1,660 more words

Scottish Travel Blog