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Thankful to be wild and free

Often, when the husband and I sit down to a meal and remember our favourite people, we feel frustrated that our friends are now so spread out across the world. 211 more words


Scots Rejoice as Highland Wind Farm Plans Slammed


Sallachy and Glencassley wind farms refused consent
BBC News
17 November 2015

Scottish ministers have refused consent for two major wind farm schemes in Sutherland in the Highlands. 558 more words

Big Wind Industry

Knitting Yarns & Weaving Tales

And so the long awaited evening at Lana’s arrived. After a little bit of confusion in finding her house, we were welcomed warmly by her husband, Billy. 1,369 more words


Convenient timing?

Yesterday we heard that the SNP’s Westminster members have tabled a parliamentary bill designed to be a Scottish response to an earlier move by English MPs to invoke the doctrines of ‘EVEL’ (English Votes for English Laws). 324 more words


Dundee to Amsterdam flights.

The announcement was made today, November 25th 2015, that Dundee airport is finally expanding its horizons, as George Osborne announces spending on new flight routes will include the long awaited Dundee to Amsterdam Flybe flights. 41 more words


The Falls of Dochart, Deep Autumn

I had a little bit of spare time when I was in Killin at the end of October. There had been very heavy rain the night before, so the  rivers were very swollen, and the sun came out for a few hours – there was even some very early snow on the hills. 11 more words


Distance lends perspective