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Scotland Magazine Issue 4

Scotland Magazine Issue 4

Scotland Magazine Issue 4

In this issue - The Highlands - Finest hideaway hotels - John Buchan - Romantic wedding venues - The Pictish people - Outdoor clothing - Fenton Tower - Scottish baking - Pedlars

Published September 2002

A force that demands respect
Editor Marcin Miller puts his faith in Mother Nature

September 2002, Issue 4, page 3

Festive season
I was at an American-Scottish gathering in Atlanta, Georgia, when an attractive young lady wearing a skirt, waistcoat and bonnet in the Buchanan tartan approached me and asked if I could tell her abou...

September 2002, Issue 4, page 7

A phoenix from the ashes
Roddy Martine pays a visit to the newly renovated Fenton Tower, a castle given a new lease of life

September 2002, Issue 4, page 14

Calling all the shots
Elizabeth Walton examines scottish shooting, from the thrill of the hunt through to the practical side of the experience

September 2002, Issue 4, page 22

The Right Stuff
Thanks to a changeable climate, scotland has long been a world leader in the business of producing clothing fit for any weather, as geraldine coates explains

September 2002, Issue 4, page 28

Seeds of the nation
James Irvine-Robertson wades into the ‘exceedingly murky' history of the pictish peoples, direct predecessors of the men and women who united scotland as a nation

September 2002, Issue 4, page 34

Social climbers
Kate Patrick reports on the success of pedlars mail order clothing: a smart combination of evolution and integrity

September 2002, Issue 4, page 38

A scenic dream
For many people, the real Scotland is to be found in the Highlands. Tom Bruce-Gardyne heads north

September 2002, Issue 4, page 46

Jamie McGrigor's Highlands
This issue's Q&A features jamie mcgrigor, member of scottish parliament for the highlands and islands since 1999 and owner of an extensive hill farm for over 25 years

September 2002, Issue 4, page 53

John Buchan's classic steps
Gerald Warner gives an overview of the life and works of scottish novelist John Buchan, who rose from obscurity on the merit of his talent

September 2002, Issue 4, page 54

Romantic weddings in Scotland
Susan Nickalls says ‘I do' to an in-depth examination of Scottish weddings

September 2002, Issue 4, page 58

Tea time
Sue Lawrence explores the ritual of afternoon tea the scottish way with a few tasty recipe ideas

September 2002, Issue 4, page 66

The Great Escape
Charles Douglas gets away from it all

September 2002, Issue 4, page 70

The wheel thing
Brigid James goes round and round attempting to unravel which Scotsman really invented that indispensable mode of transport, the bicycle

September 2002, Issue 4, page 82

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