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Paddleboarding on Mull

Mull has fantastic coastal scenery with crystal clear water. Combined with the fine weather we had during our recent visit this produced some spectacular paddleboarding opportunities.

North West Highlands

A trip to the North West Highlands of Scotland with Agnes, Donna and Olive; Olive being Donna’s nickname for her old VW Camper van. Agnes & Donna tried out their recently acquired Stand Up Paddleboards against a backdrop of amazing scenery and sunsets, firstly at Loch Maree and then at Loch Druim Suardalain.

A visit to Achnahaird beach always means spectacular view, but this time the setting sun cast a wonderful orange glow onto Suilven, Cul Mor, Stac Polliadh, Cul Beag & Ben Mor Coigach

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Sandend

A mixture of photos & videos taken around and about Sandend over several separate days. You can see why Sandend is a local surfers paradise. However picturesque, you wouldn’t catch me in the water there unless it was a good 25 degrees warmer.

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Wintery scenes from the Suie Hill

The views from the top of the Suie are pretty spectacular at any time of the year, a blanket of snow just adds to the magic.

 

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Introducing Mehwi

After many weeks of deliberation, we would like to introduce Mehwi. Mehwi is a son of Manouk and Derek Scrimgeour’s bitch Lyn. He keeps up the tradition of names beginning with M (It took Agnes longer to choose the name than the dog, and choosing the dog was a marathon!).

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Agility training session with Manouk

 

Mr Perfect and Associates

Manouk (a.k.a. Mr Perfect)  headlines with an all star cast in his latest block busting movie, “Fun Agility at East Glacks” (Although I think Agnes could have come up with a snappier title!)

 

George Simpson & Ben

We are fortunate that one of the local sheep farmers is an experienced sheepdog handler and is happy to allow us to work with his training sheep. George has often has over 4000 sheep to look after and has a preference for strong working dogs. The day after the Forgue Trial we were able to watch as George worked his dog Ben with a flock of approximately 40 sheep around the trial course. 

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