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Here’s an article we have written about April in Scotland
- with lots of pics showing the very varied weather to be expected. ‘April is the cruellest month’ - the poet says - but early spring in Scotland can also be superb and it’s worth taking the chance. Hail or heatwave, there’s plenty to see.Read the article here....
April in upper Deeside, looking north on the road between Braemar and Inverey. The meltwaters of the Quoich run down to join the young River Dee. Still some snow on the Cairngorms above.Read the article here....
Hamish, Heather and Morag are gearing up for their travels again this summer: already they have been at Pollock House, Culzean Castle and the Botanic Gardens in Glasgow. They are looking forward to a busy busy summer. Please let us know if you see them on your travels!
Hello! I'm planning a trip to the British Isles for mine and my husband's 45th anniversary (which is Dec 2019) in August 2020. The original plan was a cruise, but I think I'd rather concentrate solely on Scotland!
I looked at the "14 Day Ultimate Scotland Itinerary" and it covers everywhere I've dreamed of seeing. Not sure how to inquire about a booking, the transportation, or accommodations, etc.
Where is a good "hub" to take day trips from? Or 2 - 3 hubs, so not packing and unpacking so much.
Thanks for assisting!
Duncan McKellar (born 1748 in Inveraray), Mary McKellar (born 1759 in Inveraray).
Archibald McKellar (born 1776 in Inveraray), Mary McGregor (born 1778 in Kilmodan). Emigrated to the United States in 1838