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My travel guide to Scotland. Sharing with you our adventures, days out, road trips and hot tips on the best places to eat too. Let Full Stop Next Chapter help you plan your next trip to bonnie Scotland.

 

Coorie in at Cringletie House

December already! How did that happen? I’m normally champing at the bit to put the Christmas tree up and write cards to send south to family and friends but this year I’m just not feeling…

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Munro bagging and why it’s not for me

Munro definition: a mountain in Scotland with a height over 3,000 feet (914.4 m) and there are 282 all there for the taking. A person who completes/conquers a munro is known to have ‘bagged’ it and…

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The A-Z of Me

My wardrobe mainly consists of outdoors kit, all with its own job to do – keep me warm, keep me dry, help me stay on my feet. Most of it is brightly coloured or patterned….

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Glenesk Wildlife Tour

This time last year the Dude and I took a trip out to Glen Esk for a day of walking and photography. The air was crisp, the sky was a blanket of grey, the ferns…

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When life gives you lemons

This post is a bit off the cuff and from the heart. I recently received a message from one of my friends, we have known each other since first school, and though when life gets…

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A trip to Braemar

What an amazing run of gorgeous sunny weather we’ve had here in Scotland over the last few months, I mean seriously good weather! Made me slightly annoyed with myself for going back to my summer…

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A day out in Kenmore

One of the things about travelling around Scotland is that around each and every corner, under every stone there is even more history, a spectacular view or locals with tale to tell. Sometimes we can…

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Off-setting my carbon footprint

For many years now, through my photography business I have been gifting to my wedding clients a tree. Not as random as you might think. Weddings tot up a lot of miles –  I have…

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Catchpenny Safari Lodges

One of the things I love about living in Scotland is that you don’t have to travel far to feel like you are a million miles from home. For us, living less than an hours…

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