or ‘Keils is alive with the sound of music’ By Roddy Regan This article first appeared in The Kist- The Magazine of The Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Mid-Argyll Issue No. […]
Here are a few photos of the Cruise Liners visiting Kirkwall Bay this week.
“we have a problem with the greener grass syndrome.”
This article is an interview with a photographer who often comes to Scotland, Jasmin Gerisch who is from Saxonian Vogtland, Germany.
Another chance to enjoy Paul Colvin’s wonderful poem on Brexit.
A wee account of the 2nd day of our adventures along the Moray Firth. Portsoy and beyond.
Well it’s that time again folks; holiday blogs galore. We eventually got onto the Aberdeen ferry (Hrossey) fae Kirkwall at 23.00pm. This was a great achievement, as we had so much to […]
Today marks the day of another great piece of engineering in Scotland, the opening of the Queensferry Crossing. To celebrate I have chosen a poem about another of Scotland’s industries: Shipbuilding.
Stovies, one of the most controversial recipes in Scotland and I’ve got my tin hat at the ready.
What can be nicer than a home made steak pie, quick and easy especially if made in advance.