According to the LearnGaelic dictionary, Garbhlach apparently means rugged country. And this was where I was heading for a bluebird weekend with some of the boys, a roam around the rough corrie and the wider expanse of Glen Feshie, one of my favourite glens. Coming from different parts of the country, we all converged on … Continue reading The Rugged Country of Coire Garbhlach
I love a bridge. And this walk was full of bridges, large and small. Some of historical note (as in you can find info on the internet), others not...... Starting with this beauty. My wander started in Tomatin, just under the Findhorn Viaduct. And I was aiming for Boat of Garten, following one of General … Continue reading History v Progress?
And here's the story of the whiteout and the attached bothy trip. An ace weekend.
At McGregor’s Cave near Kinloch Rannoch of course.
Driving to work the other day I was listening to the radio. Amongst the news stories about Trump, TTIP and terrorism, and songs like Walking in Memphis, I Left My Heart in San Francisco and New York State of Mind, the wavelengths took an easterly turn on the compass: "I was sick and tired of … Continue reading Lost in Song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtjvHC2uTB8 On 18th September 2014, Scotland goes to the polls in the independence referendum. If Alex Salmond gets his wish, what might he say on the 19th..... How will you vote?