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Coos and Views

AH WELL, it’s thon time of the year again.

I dinna mean summer, I mean midgie season.

It disnae affect me and Laoch too much, but poor Dad has a torrid time trying to work when being deluged by the blighters.

We get ticks instead mind you, which keeps Dad busy of an evening.

When you live on the side of a hill surrounded by sheep, there’s nae potion, tablet or jab that will stop us getting them, but luckily Dad’s a dab hand wi’ the tick tool and wheeches them away tout suite.

It’s the price of living in paradise I guess.

Anyways, this months walk was one that we had been planning to do for a while and never got round to it, being the Plockton Crags.

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Welcome to the new scrumdiddlyumptious issue of the award winning iScot Magazine number 54 The front cover artwork is designed by Stewart Kerr Brown and represents our maybe new Prime Minister of Boris Johnson pictured as John Bull with a hint of Pennywise from IT by Stephen King . We’re screwed tbh.