Posts tagged Perthshire

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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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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Highland Safaris, Perthshire

Drive just seventeen miles west of Pitlochry, away from the busy A9, you reach the small village of Dull and although it is only a short drive away from Aberfeldy it still feels quite remote…

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Birnam Hill

First of all, happy new year. I know we are more than two weeks in to 2018 but this is my first post of the year. The reason for this is, I have been a…

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Autumn at The Hermitage

I love autumn. The misty mornings, the damp air, the abundance of fungi in the woods and of course the fabulous colours as the leaves change. What I’m not a fan of is the clocks…

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Cycling around Loch Leven

One of our reasons for moving to Scotland was for a change of lifestyle. The dude and I are outdoor types anyway and it made sense that if we wanted to change our lives, be…

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Aurora Borealis over Scotland

Picture this: Last night we were all snuggled up in front of the fire and watching Highlander. We had celebrated ten years, to the day, since our first date with nice food and a good…

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