Wildlife hotspots in Scotland

*Tickets for both boat trips on the Firth of Forth were on a complimentary basis in return forΒ  my previous blog posts.* One of the main attractions for the Dude and I holidaying in Scotland…

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Five days in Aberdeenshire

*We were given accommodation on a complimentary basis in return for this blog post and social media posts. All opinions are my own*   It had been a while since the Dude and I ventured…

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Visiting the bluebell woods

I always think that autumn is my favourite season and then Spring arrives and it reminds me that THIS is the season I love. Full of promise, new life, colour and lots of photo opportunities….

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The Machrie, Islay

Whenever the Dude and I plan our travels around Scotland there is almost always a conversation about where the closest golf course is. He likes to play different courses, and why wouldn’t he? It is…

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Visiting Falkland

Living near Perth is a great, central location for travelling the whole of Scotland but we also enjoy exploring what is on our doorstep too. We are close to the coast and five out of…

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Walking the same path twice

For this post I would like to welcome Alex of the Wild Pioneers for a guest post on my blog. We met three years ago whilst I was working at an RSPB event, where Alex…

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Bushcraft taster session in Perthshire

Back in January the Dude and I joined the Wee Adventures team for an adult adventure taster session near Aberfeldy. A morning of scrambling up through Weem woods, making new friends and admiring the view…

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Slow travel for the senses

Did anyone else watch the programme on BBC2 called Travelling Blind? It was quite possibly one of THE best travel programmes I have seen for some time. Sharing the the story of Amar Latif who…

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A visit to Cambo Estate

It was my birthday recently and since moving to Scotland we have made a point of spending the day at the seaside (usually the East Neuk of Fife) to celebrate. This year was no exception,…

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Pine Cone Point walk in Perthshire

Living in Scotland we feel extremely lucky to have so many options for walks and days out, without even leaving big tree country. With flat trails around lochs, plenty of small hills with cracking views…

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