A collective recollection, as recorded in the Book of Scottish Anecdote.
Not far from Loch Eun, a small fishing loch in Caithness, there used to be an upright stone called ‘Clach Seasaimh’ or ‘the Halt Stone’. A translation of the Gaelic … Continue reading ‘The Halt Stone’
loch Caise in Caithness is a good trout fishing loch. The stream leading from it is known as “the stream of the withered loch”.
On Sunday, 21st October 2018, Peter and Sian visited Howietoun fishery: Music credit: ‘Exit Music’ – by Steven lindsay Aerial footage credit Victorian photos from Howietown credit