|Caledonian forest seedlings are they available to buy|
I visited Glencoe a few years ago and was interested in the way you were growing from seeds collected from the ancient forest and you mentioned that maybe some saplings might be available to buy. How far along are you in this venture? Are any saplings ready? I for one would love to plant something in my garden from the ancient forests of Scotland bringing them into Edinburgh.
in anticipation Revmac
|From ||Reply||Sent 11/09/2007|
I came with my family to Glencoe this last week and joined the Safari with Scott and Brian on thursday. I would just like to say thankyou for a wonderful and unforgettable experience. It was a privilage to see often un seen places in the area and to learn so much about the flora and forna and geology. It was a delight and I thank you so much for a special experience and day. Thank you to Scott for his wealth of knowledge and taking care of us all throughout the trip.
|From ||Reply||Sent 01/07/2007|
Hi!!! Excellent resource you've got here!!! Will definately be back!!!
|From ||Reply||Sent 23/02/2007|
I'll be visiting Glencoe this June and I was wondering if you offered ranger-guided walks of the area.
|From ||Reply||Sent 03/12/2006|
|Thank you and keep up the excellent page.|
Your site is very informative, interesting and a certain daily visit for critical weather information. Thank you.
|From ||Reply||Sent 22/06/2006|
"A great wee site, I live 100 miles away in Ayrshire but the site keeps me informed about my favourite place on earth.Keep up the good work."
05 January 2006
|From Jim Brown||Reply||Sent 01/06/2006|
on the 28th of january 2006 I was on stob dearg in glen coe, the sun came out behind me at the glen etive side and cast a shadow onto the mist at the kingshouse side. I appeared to have a rainbow circle round my shadow. I have read about this before but cant remember the proper title for it. It was "Magical". The views when the mist lifted was excellent, I did.nt want to come down.
|From ||Reply||Sent 29/01/2006|
|My Father's Home|
Buchaille Etive Mor is breath taking. My Father, "Wee Sammy Smith" climbed this mountain time after time as a young man. Sam passed away in February 15, 1992. His ashes are now on the top of this mountain. I visited the site a few years back and I have to say, Glenco and the Buchaille Etive Mor are absolutely, "Heaven". I am happy that this was is final resting place.
|From ||Reply||Sent 28/01/2006|
Recently here at Glencoe we received an enquiry from Richard in Holland. We were asked about Beithar the dragon who once lived in the area. Now, our information about Beither is a little slight just at the minute; does anyone have any further information about the beast?
|From ||Reply||Sent 23/01/2006|
Your site is presented very well, but you should be embarassed that Gaelic is not included.
|From ||Reply||Sent 12/05/2005|