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Interlude in Moray

I’ve been busy re-drafting and editing my second book recently, of which more very soon…

But this week I’ve had a bit of an interlude – I’ve been visiting Nairn, on the beautiful Moray coast in Scotland.   64 more words

Diary

Nairn at dusk

Cold clear air – perfect for low light shots such as these taken at Nairn yesterday evening. The Aberdeen service (The Class 170) crosses with a service for Inverness at 17.30 hrs. 10 more words

Locomotives

Man suspected in theft of two monkeys in Highlands

POLICE are hunting a thief who stole two tiny monkeys – including a baby aged just 11 weeks – from a home in the Highlands. 251 more words

News

Postcards #5: Nairn

Their names are in a log book. Toppy, Ting-a-Ling and Whistling Dan. Dozy, Peekie Ralph and The Stoor. Big Ian, Bigger Ian and Mole Catcher. Indeed Indeed, Jimmy Two Times and Paraffin Tommy. 781 more words

RIVER FINDHORN

It rained last night, only just over 20mm here at Hiddenglen, but much more further west judging by the number of landslides and road closures. So after a walk with friends in the woods above Cawdor Castle, a magical place that never fails to delight, we decided to see the River Findhorn. 139 more words

Nairn

Inbhir Narainn - Nairn Feis - Come & Try Session

Tha blasad-ciùil gu bhith aig Fèis Inbhir Narainn Diciadain-sa tighinn (29mh) eadar 7 is 8f – thigibh ann gus ionnsramaid fheuchainn |

Ever thought about taking up a musical instrument?   34 more words

Fiddle

Welcome

Welcome to my new blog. In the coming months I will be writing about life in the Highlands and getting away in a campervan.

I will also be discussing local issues to Nairn, so first stop would be to visit my page about the Meadow Lea development.

Camper