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Ten Scottish castles associated with Mary Queen of Scots | Celebrate Scotland

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The Stephen Sherwood Letters

Old Testament Genealogical Diagram

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Bob tells us all about Natterjack Toads, Alder trees and Crichton Castle in this week's blog post. Image courtesy of Scottish Natural Heritage

Crichton church, Dumfries, Scotland credit: Stephen Macierzynski