Walking in Scotland at any time of the year can be spectacular if you find the right spot.
Autumn brings crunchy leaves underfoot and a palette of oranges and brown. Summer brings an array of colourful flowers and luscious greenery. Winter caps the surrounding mountains with a layer of white.
Each season changes the landscape dramatically and now spring has arrived the fields, forests, villages and hills are shaking off their winter coats and stepping into the sun with blinking eyes. Spring flowers such as daffodils, tulips and bluebells are tentatively emerging and grand houses and castles are opening their doors.
Read more at https://www.scotsmagazine.com/articles/famous-footsteps-perthshire/
ON the east coast of Scotland, a quick 30 minutes from Edinburgh over the iconic Forth Bridges, lies the Kingdom of Fife.
Best known perhaps for St Andrews (The Home of Golf) there is a lot more to Fife than meets the eye.
Here are my top 5 gems you wouldn’t expect to find in this corner of Scotland.
Read more at http://www.scotlandnow.dailyrecord.co.uk/lifestyle/5-hidden-gems-you-never-7523397
Our guest blogger Nicola found herself bewitched by the scenery on her first visit to Skye
I’ve had a busy few weeks since I last wrote for you. I’ve just returned home from three weeks in Florida, and to a beautiful autumnal Scotland full of burnt oranges, rustic reds and caramel browns.
Although getting on a plane when it’s 35 degrees and landing the next morning having lost 30 of those degrees is a shock to the system to say the least!
Read more at – https://www.scotsmagazine.com/articles/scotlanders-fairies-of-skye/
THE Kingdom of Fife on the east coast of Scotland is becoming quite the hub of culinary greatness. Restaurants with great reputations who have been in Fife for decades sit happily alongside new talent coming up through the ranks and opening sensational new restaurants.
Read more at http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink-news/8-dishes-you-must-try-7522365#C1sizF1r0vlqP0fT.99