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'85 Opel Manta. Fully sorted suspension, steering and brakes.

'85 Opel Manta. Fully sorted suspension, steering and brakes.

After putting in the ramp, with it's compound angles. It rained on all the red dust produced.

After putting in the ramp, with it's compound angles. It rained on all the red dust produced.

From Kinpurney Hill looking over the Isla valley towards Blairgowrie. MacDuffs men to 'bring' Birnam wood to Glamis would have come from the top left to mid right of the picture.

From Kinpurney Hill looking over the Isla valley towards Blairgowrie. MacDuffs men to 'bring' Birnam wood to Glamis would have come from the top left to mid right of the picture.

Looking north from Kinpurney towards the snow capped mountains. Lochnagar is on the horizon. Balmoral 5 miles beyond that. MacDuff's men would now be walking mid left to mid right.

Looking north from Kinpurney towards the snow capped mountains. Lochnagar is on the horizon. Balmoral 5 miles beyond that. MacDuff's men would now be walking mid left to mid right.

The River Ericht joins the Isla, the Isla then joins the Tay. Just me and the bird in the middle. No small black dog wading in to see what it's doing.

The River Ericht joins the Isla, the Isla then joins the Tay. Just me and the bird in the middle. No small black dog wading in to see what it's doing.

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  1. #1 by earwicga on June 15, 2009 - 9:46 pm

    Wow – good to see the route of MacDuff for real!

  2. #2 by celticlion on June 16, 2009 - 10:17 am

    Ruskin’s cremation took place mid way across picture 3 just below the horizon as the land rises into the Grampian mountains and the Highlands. And a couple of mile upstream from the last picture.

    https://celticlion.wordpress.com/about/ruskin/

    If the Bard is true near where MacDuff’s men would have probably crossed the River Ericht.

    It is hard to understand in the isolation of the mountains why we have such a bad world.

  3. #3 by ecolizzy on June 17, 2009 - 10:49 am

    \”It is hard to understand in the isolation of the mountains why we have such a bad world\”

    One guess Roger, People!

    • #4 by celticlion on June 17, 2009 - 7:39 pm

      Thanks Lizzie. It was that word isolation that gave it away wasn’t it.

  4. #5 by earwicga on June 19, 2009 - 11:33 am

    Lol – most people aren’t so bad really 🙂

  5. #6 by BubblegumTriffid on July 30, 2009 - 10:45 pm

    Hi Celtic Lion,

    a very interesting website, will come back tomorrow for a longer look,

    best wishes and commisserations re Ruskin

    BGT

    • #7 by celticlion on July 31, 2009 - 10:20 am

      Glad you found it. Google does seem to like this site. There’s normally a NN blogger or two about here somewhere. If you keep popping back, you’ll find might some news worthy items that never make the news. Thanks for taking the trouble to find us!

  6. #8 by Kieran on September 5, 2009 - 9:33 pm

    Interesting site ! I have learnt a lot more as I read into it. Sounds like you have done a lot in the past.

    • #9 by celticlion on September 6, 2009 - 6:35 pm

      Hope to do more now and in the future. My thanks for your comments.

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