Tag Archives: Scotland

Loch Lomond National Park- Unfit For Purpose?

Leave No Trace. Wherever I go in the outdoors I try to follow that simple code. Often I will return from a trip with other peoples rubbish in my backpack, carrying it out to a bin because others are too … Continue reading

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Kinloss SAR Closure- CONFIRMED

Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed that the SAR centre at Kinloss will be closed and operations moved to near Portsmouth. Full details are in the HERALD or on the SNP website. I had previously written of this in December … Continue reading

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Windfarms, Alex Salmond and Independence

Time and time again I see the same themes in many of the attacks against the wind developments which are despoiling our landscape here in Scotland. “It’s all Alex Salmond’s fault”, and by extension it’s the SNP that are to … Continue reading

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The Sunlit Summit- Robin Lloyd Jones

I first became aware of WH “Bill” Murray around about the time of the release of his final book, The Evidence Of Things Not Seen, where he looked back over some of the stand out points in his life. Completed … Continue reading

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Wet, wet, wet…

  Well, summers here, and what a mixed up bag of delights it is. Seemingly endless rain which can defeat even the most expensive of waterproofs, snow in Airdrie in the middle of May, with one day of sunshine last … Continue reading

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