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  • Marloes Van Leersum

    For the kids: harry potter and beatrix potter themed. Fort William, Glasgow, Berwick upon Tweed, Grange-over-sands, Newcastle. To do: Loch Ness, the world of Beatrix Potter, sailing Windermere Lake, Adventurepark 'Go Ape', Alnwick Castle, Steamtrain over Glenfinnan, teahouse the elephant house in Edinburgh

  • Rosie Posy

    The 'Singing Sands' of Loch Ailort on the west coast of Scotland

  • Carolyn Dunham

    Loch Ailort, Scotland Lochailort is a hamlet in Scotland that lies at the head of Loch Ailort, a sea loch, on the junction of the Road to the Isles between Fort William and Mallaig with the A861 loop towards Salen and Strontian


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    Loch Ailort, Scotland #travel #Scotland

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  • Vanessa Tegenkamp

    I love rain, snow, and storms though. As long as I do a good job of keeping myself/home prepared, I don't mind being snowed in for a long time. My kind of introversion suits well to weeks on end being alone, and I work well with animals.

  • Jasmine Stewart

    Sounds like you may love it. As I said I do too, miss it a lot but not the cold. Hope you get your wish. :-)

  • Kayla Barthel

    I live in Minnesota. We have some of the coldest and snowiest winters anywhere. I would go back and live in Scotland in a heart beat. That weather is tame compared to what we have now. I mean seriously....2 months without a day above zero this winter. -27 WITHOUT windchill (-50 or so with)

  • Jasmine Stewart

    Wow then go for it :-) As I said I really miss it but where my husband is I must be also. I do hate the cold now as I get older (67) and now rather late to be moving again. I have been here 15 years now. Keep Warm do not envy you. :-) Jasmine

  • Kayla Barthel

    Same here. What we do for love haha

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