Travels in Scotland Post 12: Haste Ye Back
Scotland · 04. June 2024
The final installment of the Travels in Scotland blog is more of a future travel list than a review.

Travels in Scotland Post 11: Open Studios in Argyll: Meeting a Tapestry Artist
Scotland · 28. May 2024
Visiting a tapestry artist in the archeologically rich area of Kilmartin Glen on the west coast of Scotland.

Travels in Scotland Post 10: Yarn & Wool: Meeting Indie Yarn Dyer Julie Sutter of Black Isle Yarns
Scotland · 21. May 2024
A visit to the Black Isle and thoughts about the number of sheep in Scotland and what happens to all that wool.

Travels in Scotland Post 9: The Scottish Highlands - Farms, Castles & Glencoe
Scotland · 14. May 2024
The Scottish Highlands, salmon fishing on the Glenorchy River, castles, whisky distilleries and the National Park that has captured my heart forever.

Travels in Scotland Post 8: Shetland
Scotland · 07. May 2024
Far north of mainland Scotland and the Orkney Islands, almost to Norway, lay the Shetland Islands - seen on a clear day, they will never leave your memory.

Travels in Scotland Post 7: Harris Tweed on the Isle of Lewis
Scotland · 30. April 2024
The Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Harris are one island divided by mountains, but joined by the production of the famous Harris Tweed woven wool cloth.

Travels in Scotland Post 6: Seaweed-eating sheep on North Ronaldsay
Scotland · 23. April 2024
In the far north of Scotland, the farthest northern island in the Orkney chain is North Ronaldsay, where an endangered breed of primitive sheep have adapted to eat seaweed.

Travels in Scotland Post 5: Viking sheep on St. Kilda
Scotland · 16. April 2024
St. Kilda is a wind-swept set of four islands in the North Atlantic, only occasionally accessible. Home now to the UK's largest bird colonies and the Soay sheep - brought thousands of years ago by the Vikings.

Travels in Scotland Post 4: Sailing the Scottish Isles
Scotland · 09. April 2024
Scotland includes 790 islands - join me as I explore the beaches, coastline and islands that make Scotland a place of wildlife & wonder.

Travels in Scotland Post 3: Tapestry in Edinburgh
Scotland · 02. April 2024
In the heart of the old town of Edinburgh, Dovecot Studios includes an exhibition space, tapestry weaving room with observation balcony, cafe and gift shop. The only thing it doesn't have now is a swimming pool, but that's history.

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