"Scotland" Blogs & Blog Posts

Janey Godley’s BlogJaney Godley’s Blog

Award-winning Blog, since 2004, which provides an astoundingly honest, cand...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
Tinned TomatoesTinned Tomatoes

Vegetarian food that will please everyone. Tasty pasta dishes, comfortin...

 
Spirit of OrkneySpirit of Orkney

The Orkney archipelago is made up of around 70 islands situated off the Nor...

 
mooch photographymooch photography

Landscape photography of Oxfordshire and beyond.

 
MuzzerinoMuzzerino

Words of wisdom from an expat Scot in Aotearoa New Zealand

 


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In 2001, the Scottish Natural Heritage drew up a plan of action if the Loch Ness Monster were ever to be found. The code-of-practice is in the news again due to a a recent big effort to collect skin and scale samples from Loch Ness and compare those...

1. Let's not try to pretend that England are anything other than in crisis, notwithstanding ending their losing streak in a dead rubber, in wet conditions, on a slow track, against an understrength Springbok side in Cape Town.2. Jonny May, however, i...

Given all the hype and noise swirling around crypto and decentralized network projects, which runs the full gamut from scams and stupidity, to very clever and inspired ideas, the release of yet another whitepaper does not immediately set off an atten...

The foghorn at Sumburgh in the Shetland Islands of Scotland is powered by more than one 44hp Kelvin K-Series diesel engines, powering the Alley and MacLellan compressors which blow the horn itself. "Just so's you know," writes JJ Jamieson, who pos...

After nearly six years at the Sutton Trust, my reflections on some of the research findings that most interested me and helped to advance the policy debate.Today is my last day at the Sutton Trust after nearly six years in post. It has been a privile...

University of Glasgow archaeologist using cutting edge technology on remnants of the Antonine Wall has shown parts of it were painted in bright colours. The Summerston distance stone from the Antonine Wall, which was found near Bearsden, was one ar...

Don't you just love a fluffy, buttery scone?They are so associated with afternoon tea here in Scotland (and in England too), that it just wouldn't be the same without them.I just love them, especially when they're still warm from the oven.Scottish Hi...