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Notes and Quotes – Kathleen Jamie – Findings

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Alistair Moffat – The Hidden Ways

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Macfarlane – The Wild Places

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Kathleen Jamie, ed. – Antlers of Water

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

The Highlands in Colour – Loch Callater

William S. Thomson was a Scottish photographer who roamed his beloved country during the 1950’s. Based in Corpach, Fort William, he produced about 20 smaller booklets, focused on different regions, in the Let’s See Scotland series. His book The Highland… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Marfarlane – The Old Ways

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Anna Pavord – Landskipping

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Notes and Quotes – Robert Marfarlane – Landmarks

The series Notes and Quotes highlights interesting people, writings, places and quotes while reading books I like. This is a way to store this information in my external memory, because my human memory often fails. Most of the topics are… Continue Reading →

Waltham on the Wolds – Mill Lane

Mill Lane leads to The Old Mill, at the end right hand side of the street. Now a private house The Old Mill tower is a Grade II listed building. “The mill was built in 1868 by Messrs Thomas Cook… Continue Reading →

Grantham Canal – Woolsthorpe by Belvoir

The past ten years Grantham Canal Society has restored a series of three locks at Woolsthorpe by Belvoir. At the Woolsthorpe Wharf Carpenter’s Shop the society’s office is located. The Dirty Duck Pub serves drinks and meals. From Woolsthorpe Bridge… Continue Reading →

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