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Wednesday, June 20th 2018

Kirkmichael Church, The Black Isle

Kirkmichael church nestles on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and could easily be missed on the drive out to Cromarty, its situated just outside the village of Balblair on the B9163. Its about a 35 minute drive from the Old Manse B&B. Th Full Story...

Friday, June 15th 2018

A World of Colour

Storm Hector has passed us by and fortunately did not destroy the array of colourful plants that are currently in bloom in the Old Manse garden. One of my favourites,the Californian Poppy, has just flowered and hopefully will last a number Full Story...

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