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Hiking through woods

This evening, I am posting information on today’s small group hike through Dalzell Estate and Baron’s Haugh in North Lanarkshire.(Haugh is a Scots word meaning a river-meadow.) The site is located near Motherwell, about sixteen miles S.E. of Glasgow, Scotland.

This site combines nature and history. Here is a stunning designed landscape including fascinating historical features, while the woodlands and wetlands are home to an amazing array of birds and other wildlife.

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Effigy of Wildcat at Newtonmore

This evening, I am reporting on today’s group hike along the Wildcat Trail, around Newtonmore in the Scottish Highlands.

Newtonmore is a village with population of 982 which is located about forty-five miles south of Inverness. Altitude is 253m or 829ft.

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Young lambs, Sleat, Skye, Scotland

This morning, benefiting from dry and sunny weather, we undertook a three hour hike around the southermost point of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Key features:

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