The Aultdrachty rauchle

Naebody mynds Aultdrachty noo, though lood it rattles still. Yet Aultdrachty’s watter wis’nae awas clear, an it hods a muckle saicret. Sae hearken, an hear the feech o’ the packman, … Continue reading The Aultdrachty rauchle

Wolves at the door

Lupus in Fabula

This is a poem by Clive Wright, Makar of Stirling: A collection of the Makar’s poems have recently published in”Faces of the Rock”. I will share the link to this … Continue reading Lupus in Fabula

Wolves in the woodland

Quotes used in this image are from from ‘History of Wolves’ by Emily Fridlund:

Wolf McAndrew – Lynvaig

Chapter 6 of ‘Deeside Tales’: Wolf McAndrew – Lynvaig  It was a curious yet stirring dream. It all started at the Cosh with a vintage car rally of which I … Continue reading Wolf McAndrew – Lynvaig