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Maggie Law Maritime Museum

Hope that everyone had a lovely Easter – we had a busy weekend spent in the garden but we also managed to get out and about and enjoyed a picnic at Haddo House in between the April showers!. A few weeks … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter to all our guests and followers on our page. The sun is shining and we are looking forward to another nice day. Have a lovely day whatever you are planning!

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Inverbervie

This weeks picture on the blog was taken when we visited Inverbervie and this picture looks out towards Bervie Bay.  Inverbervie, also known as Bervie, lies just 10 miles south of Stonehaven.  The name Inverbervie means “mouth of the River Bervie” in … Continue reading

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A view of Stonehaven Harbour

We have been exploring Stonehaven and the last few weeks on the blog, we have been sharing our adventures with you!  This is the last picture from our visit and it is a picture looking down onto the harbour which was taken when … Continue reading

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Stonehaven Tolbooth

We are still in Stonehaven again this week for the blog as there is so much to do!  This is a picture which was taken just outside the entrance to Stonehaven Tolbooth Museum and it dates back to between 1553 and 1623.  … Continue reading

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Cowie

Hope that you are enjoying following our travels on our Coastal Tour!  This week, we are in the historic fishing village of Cowie.  The village has existed since the Middle Ages. We came in from the North and just underneath the … Continue reading

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Newtonhill

This wonderful view was taken when we visited Newtonhill.  The village is only about 9 miles South of Aberdeen and was traditionally a fishing village which was called Skateraw.  The name changed to Newtonhill as there was a railway station in … Continue reading

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