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Traveling Savage by Keith Savage - 1w ago
The city of Dundee hugs the Firth of Tay just north of the Kingdom of Fife, and by all external accounts and personal experiences it’s ..read more
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As I’ve explored ruined abbeys, crumbling cathedrals, and other ruined, sacred places in Scotland, I’ve come to understand that it’s ..read more
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Scotland’s “Castle Country” didn’t come by that moniker from the wishful thinking of marketing executives. The northeast of ..read more
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Traveling Savage by Keith Savage - 1M ago
The Moray Coast tracks the sea from Inverness all the way east to Fraserburgh in the reckoning of many, though by Banff I’d suggest we ..read more
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The journey to Glen Esk from the east is a gorgeous jaunt into the southeastern Cairngorms National Park. Leaving pretty Edzell, I followed ..read more
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This year has proven to be full of many changes, few I could have anticipated even a year ago at this time. So I track the crows in the ..read more
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The city of Dundee played an important role in the ‘Golden Age of Sail.’ It was a great shipbuilding hub and a jumping off point for ..read more
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Scotland’s Speyside region veritably flows with rivers of gold, one might assume, given the sheer number of distilleries located there. ..read more
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Jute, journalism, and jam. The city of Dundee’s old, informal slogan has stuck with me for decades, and I’m not really sure why. Maybe ..read more
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Aberdeenshire is an intriguing mix of ancient history and modern agriculture that creates real planning conflicts for those seeking the ..read more

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