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Quiraing landslip, Trotternish, Skye

This evening, I am posting information on the spectacular Trotternish (Trondairnis in Gaelic) area of the Isle of Skye off Scotland’s West Coast.Trotternish forms the northernmost peninsula or ‘wing’ of Skye. (The island is also known as the ‘winged island’ due to its geography.)

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Today, the Catswhiskers team achieved a long-held objective of visiting the Devil’s Pulpit in Finnich Glen.

Actual location is not signposted. It is close to the junction of A809 and B834 near the village of Killearn in the Stirling district and about sixteen miles NNW of Glasgow in the West of Scotland.

Read more on Visit Devil’s Pulpit…



Highland Cows

Today, I visited Loch Lomond, the largest fresh water lake in the British Isles, using the village of Luss as a base.

Luss is a Gaelic word meaning ‘herb’ or ‘plant’.

Read more on Visit Loch Lomond…