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Keith Savage quit his job to follow his passion for adventure around Scot..
It seems that everyone and their great granny has heard of Inverness. I remember speaking the name for the first time and thinking it had ..read more
Traveling Savage by Aelyth Savage - 2w ago
On April 16, 1746, the Jacobite Uprising met it’s end on Culloden Moor, near Inverness. Led by “Bonnie” Prince Charlie, the ..read more
With winter we lose the landscape beneath the white of snow and fog. We lose the sky to the lengthening night and the orange and purple ..read more
Scotch whisky is big business. Demand for single and blended malts is sweeping the world like never before, and the distilleries creating ..read more
Argyll reaches for the westering sun like a great, green fist, each peninsula a weathered finger calloused with cliffs and wrinkled with ..read more
The heart of Scotland’s Speyside region mirrors the A95 between its divergence from the A9 and the town of Keith to the northeast. This ..read more
Scotland has no shortage of ruins, especially those of the religious persuasion. Peaceful monks brought Christianity to Scotland, but the ..read more
A year ago, on the edge: Of Carskiey Estate, of the Kintyre Peninsula, of Scotland, of my self-conception. November winds thundered off ..read more
For so long Scotland has been a holy pilgrimage of mine to the wild and natural places. Subconsciously I knew I needed to clear the ..read more
Every autumn the ground begins to grow cold and harden. He used to watch leaves fall from the trees, feel the air snap with a new chill, ..read more

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