“At the going down of the sun and in the morning;” The line from Binyon’s 1914 poem must be one of the most remembered and repeated line of verse. He wrote his poem whilst on the North Cornish coast, near … Read More
If you are a delicate man. And of wetting your skin are shy. I’d have you know, before you go. You had better not think of Skye. By Alexander Nicholson
The sun is gradually lifting the early morning sea fret and the mountains over at Morar are now in view. Looks like it might be a loverly Easter day.
For over 62 years the three commandos, sculpted by Scott Sutherland, have looked across to Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor from they raised position just North of Spean Bridge.