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This is the island of Gruinard off the west coast.
Here is a link for more info on Gruinard - quite interesting! http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/uk_news/scotland/1457035.stm

Above: My dad's shearling Blackface rams.
http://www.walkingstickshorncraftcutlery.co.uk/15.html

A view of the Grampian Mountains and Glenshee from East Tullyfergus Farm, Alyth, Perthshire, Scotland where my parents still farm and where the first Tullyfergus Angus Herd was developed.

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Behind the hill on the right of the photo lies the farm of Balwhyme, which Linda and I tenanted for 5 years from the time we were married until the dispersal of the herd in September '98.

My parents house on East Tullyfergus.

Built around 1851.


The White Cottage where Linda and I lived after we were married in '93. 

Left: Two of our children; Charlotte (age 4) and Oliver (age 9) on the farm's one and only tractor. Below: Linda with Charlotte in the yard at 8974 Cole Rd. Lyons.


A whitetail doe in knee deep orchard grass.

This doe has twin calves every year and usually raises them both, got to be carefull with the haybine!


Just a snapshot of our hill taken one evening as the sun set, snow on the ground and a clearing sky made for this striking image.