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All Tom Weir Posts


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Tom Weir | Seton Gordon

In September of 1976 Tom Weir caught up with the doyen of Scottish naturalists, Seton Gordon YOU never know who you’ll meet on the Skye ferry. In this case it […]

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Tom Weir | To Wild Places (I)

I WAS very sorry to miss a visit from my Lancashire friend Stan Bradshaw recently. The note he had slipped through the door told his own story:   “Called at […]

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Tom Weir | Sutherland’s Law (III)

Part three of Tom Weir’s column on the crofting life and those who have returned to it     I’d like you to meet Mrs Katharine Stewart who wrote a book about crofting in […]

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Tom Weir | Sutherland’s Law (II)

Part Two of a glimpse into Gordon Sutherland’s crofting life – lived on his own terms     I volunteered to do the cooking while Gordon lit the fire and finished […]

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Tom Weir | Secrets of the Muir

The 60-70 tonne Auld Wives Lift stones were ones Tom Weir had passed many times, but he had never thought to look closer until a professor from the University of […]

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Tom Weir | Countrywide (III)

From Peterhead to Kintyre, Tom was always keen to protect the wild Scottish landscape from man’s exploitation Farther east across the country comes a different kind of threat, this time to […]

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Tom Weir | In All Kinds Of Weather

The spring of 1976 wasn’t the best for weather, but from Braemar to Banchory, and from Bearsden to Bridge of Cally, there was no snow, ice or rain that could […]

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Tom Weir | Countrywide (I)

  Two worlds. The long: peninsula of Kintyre with its dairy cattle and sheep on the headlands above the sea, was green and springlike, while the Arran hills were Alpine […]

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